Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella tells USA TODAY's Marco Della Cava about the company's two biggest projects: HoloLens and the purchase of LinkedIn.
...the Kardashians of the world never put food on YOUR table. This original article was written by Steve DiGioia. We read statements like these all the time – connect with me on LinkedIn, follow me on Twitter, like my Facebook page…blah, blah, blah. Show More Summary
Steely-eyed Microsoft watcher h0x0d recently noticed a LinkedIn profile that appears to out the existence of the Surface Pro 5. The fact Microsoft is working on a Surface Pro 5 will surely come as no surprise, as the 2-in-1 has propelled...Show More Summary
Linkedin ScreenCapture: 19 February 201 Charged with a single count of wire fraud and facing 20 years in prison, well-known Michigan art dealer Eric Ian Hornak Spoutz, a/k/a “Robert Chad Smith,” a/k/a “John Goodman,” a/k/a “James Sinclair,” has been sentenced instead to 41 months incarceration. Show More Summary
LinkedIn have created a new infographic which outlines the core elements of an effective LinkedIn profile.
It's hard to get an internship, but it's even harder to know whether that internship has a chance of becoming a job. Unless you're in an industry where post-internship employment is virtually guaranteed, it's pretty much anyone's guess. LinkedIn...Show More Summary
Most people aren't expert LinkedIn users, so learning how to use the platform effectively gives you an edge in your job search.
Here are some key tips to help you get your name in front of anyone on LinkedIn.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai's response to 7-year-old girl's letter goes viral on LinkedIn
LinkedIn's overhaul of a key site feature makes it easier to engage with warm, inbound leads on the network.
Despite boasting some 65 million local businesses visited by a billion users monthly, Facebook hasn’t yet offered a way for businesses to scout and hire staff — until now. The company on Wednesday announced it’s allowing businesses in the U.S. Show More Summary
LinkedIn has neglected two big opportunities Facebook is now capitalizing on: helping lower-skilled workers and people who aren’t actively looking for a job. Today Facebook is rolling out a slew of new Jobs features we spotted it testing last year. Show More Summary
Today, Facebook is beginning the roll out of a new feature that allows job seekers to link up to hiring managers without ever leaving the platform. LinkedIn executives, somewhere, are crying into a bucket of Ben & Jerry’s. The update allows business Pages to post job listings the same way they’d typically compose a status update. Show More Summary
Some jobs in finance haven’t changed much over the past few decades, but technology has also given rise to entirely new roles. LinkedIn looked at millions of user profiles and more than 140,000 finance job openings to identify the most promising positions.
Facebook has more than 65 million businesses using its Pages product, boasting that it’s cheaper and more sociable than maintaining a website. For the most part, companies have all that they need including marketing and interacting with their customers. But what about when it comes time to grow and bring on more employees? Having an […]
Facebook said on Wednesday it is launching new tools this week to allow businesses in the U.S. and Canada to create job postings through their Facebook Pages, and for job seekers to apply for those openings directly on the social network.
Facebook is going after LinkedIn, Glassdoor, and other job listing sites. Starting Wednesday, US businesses on Facebook will be able to post open job listings natively to their pages and in the News Feed. Facebook's VP of Ads, Andrew...Show More Summary
There are 450 million active users on LinkedIn. And I swear half of them want to take me out for coffee. I get these requests on a regular basis and I always find it strange. Mostly because I do not know most of the senders. It is akin to a stranger on the street asking, "Hey, how about a quick latte?" I do not want to be rude. Show More Summary
LinkedIn recently revealed some eye-opening stats about the immense amount of B2B traffic and sales leads it's generating online.
Last November, LinkedIn published a study that showed just how much white men care about diversity in tech. Spoiler: Very little when they are allowed to answer questions about diversity without using their name. Less than 5% of white men surveyed said they considered a lack of diversity a top problem. Show More Summary