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Big Tech's Hiring Binge Has Small Impact on Jobs

Google, Apple, IBM and eBay are all hiring. Good news for the flagging U.S. jobs market, right? Not exactly: Many of the positions being created are for openings overseas. And that's not likely to change, because companies have learned to do more with less since the Great Recession.

Google Hiring Spree Weighs on Earnings

The Internet giant's first-quarter earnings came in below estimates as it sped up hiring, driving up its costs. The results may heighten fears that Google's earnings might suffer because of the company's commitment to hire at least 6,200 workers this year.

Google Plans New York Expansion: Buys $1.8 Billion Building

Google has bought a 15-story building that previously housed the New York Port Authority headquarters. The building, in the Chelsea neighborhood of New York City, has more square feet than the Empire State Building. The purchase is sign the company is expanding in the Big Apple.

Google Looking to Hire 2,000 and Counting

The Internet titan is looking to hire more than 2,000 software engineers, sales reps, and administrative office workers from San Francisco to New York to Ireland.