By SA Editor Miriam Metzinger: Stocks discussed on the in-depth session of Jim Cramer's Mad Money TV Program, Tuesday December 10. Valuation Is Skin Deep: Twitter (TWTR), LinkedIn (LNKD), Facebook (FB), Green Mountain Coffee Roasters...Show More Summary
The reign of "creative" LinkedIn profiles appears to be over. The company is releasing its list of the most overused buzzwords in 2013, based on the words that appear most frequently on the professional networking site's profiles. In...Show More Summary
Are you a responsible, innovative expert who’s driven but patient? You and everybody else. Social networking site LinkedIn revealed the 10 most overused buzzwords of 2013 by its 259 million members. If you’re trying to stand out on the...Show More Summary
As we approach the end of the year, we always see lists of top this and best that for 2013. Today’s list comes from LinkedIn. It’s the “top” – meaning most inspiring and engaging company pages as voted on by LinkedIn members. The 10 companies comes from a range of industries; 4 are tech related […]
Keeping a clear vision for your company's trajectory is hard, especially when you have two new users every second. Here's what Weiner does to stay on the right path. Leading a company with 259 million users isn't easy, but LinkedIn's CEO Jeff Weiner seems to have a good handle on it. Show More Summary
Need a job? Update your LinkedIn and holler at R. Kelly because something tells me he's going to be in need of a new social media manager after today.
A day after two million passwords were hacked from several social network sites--Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google--it's clear reporters who covered the breach have parroted bad advice. More alarming, that advice came from an industry...Show More Summary
LinkedIn has been around long enough to evolve an overarching mythology. The site remains an enigma for many businesspeople, who through the years have concocted and propagated stories that contradict the conventional wisdom. Plausible...Show More Summary
Via AdAge, Apple has hired Michael Pallad for its iTunes Radio team. Pallad’s LinkedIn confirms the report, citing Apple iTunes as his current occupation. AdAge says that Pallad joined Apple about a week ago and is in charge of international iTunes Radio sales. Pallad comes from Cumulus Media, a real-world radio organisation, as their Executive […]
What's big enough to bring together such competitors as Google and Yahoo, Microsoft and Apple, Facebook and Twitter, plus AOL and LinkedIn for good measure? The NSA spying drama. Those companies are publicly asking the world's governments to limit such spying, and have detailed their ideas on a website, Reform...
I wrote a post for the LinkedIn Influencers series: American Airlines Should Own Their Situation, Not Just Blame the Weather Looking at this problem (long phone hold times), it seems to be a simple mismatch between demand (the number of phone calls coming in) and supply (the number of employees working and the amount of […]
By Andrea Germanos In an open letter to President Obama and members of Congress, AOL, Apple, Facebook, Google, LinkedIn, Microsoft, Twitter and Yahoo, write: We understand that governments have a duty to…
Duke Nukem creator and co-founder of 3D Realms, Scott Miller, is working on a new title for PS4 and PC. Codenamed "Project Ascender," the project was spotted in the LinkedIn profile for Interceptor Entertainment's CEO Frederik Schreiber. Show More Summary
At a recent conference, LinkedIn co-founder Reid Hoffman shared advice he wished he'd had 10 years ago. LinkedIn co-founder Reid Hoffman will tell you exactly what he should have spent more time doing when the company launched in 2003: Recruiting. Show More Summary
Earlier today, eight of the country's leading technology firms unveiled a website and released five principles for regulating online surveillance by governments worldwide. I applaud AOL, Apple, Facebook, Google, LinkedIn, Microsoft,Show More Summary
Yesterday, I disconnected from two people who had recently asked me to connect on LinkedIn. And this will be my policy moving forward. There seems to be a misunderstanding of how to best use LinkedIn to grow your business. These people are great examples of that misunderstanding. Show More Summary
Eight major technology companies are making an appeal to reform government surveillance, the Wall Street Journal reports. Apple, Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Twitter, Yahoo, LinkedIn and AOL have drafted an open letter to President Obama...Show More Summary
It’s time to reform government surveillance, so say the internet’s tech giants. Following the stream of NSA spying revelations from The Guardian; AOL, Apple, Facebook, Google, LinkedIn, Microsoft, Twitter and… Continue reading The post Hypocrisy alert: big tech firms complain of data intrusion appeared first on Spectator Blogs.