Earlier this month, Microsoft announced it would acquire LinkedIn for $26.2 Billion, valuing the company at 91 times earnings. LinkedIn performance has been lackluster since it’s public debut dropping $11 Billion from its market value in February following lower than expected 2016 revenue forecasts.
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Today, Pitchfork.tv presents a brand new episode of “Over/Under,” the interview series in which artists are given a series of topics to evaluate as overrated or underrated. This episode features Kathleen Hanna, whose band the JulieShow More Summary
Discover the next new, big feature LinkedIn has up its sleeve - and how it could open up countless new opportunities for you as a result.
LinkedIn is beginning to offer advertisers the option to buy display ads programmatically across mobile and desktop devices. Marketers will be able to buy display ads through an open auction or through LinkedIn's Private Auctions, using...Show More Summary
Twitter is in trouble. In a move out of a middle school flag-football game, Microsoft selected LinkedIn to join its team. The sheer size of the transaction has reignited conversations about who will be picked next to join the super special circle of public mega-cap tech companies. Show More Summary
Hunting for a new job invariably means hitting up search sites, tapping your network, and beefing up your LinkedIn profile . There’s another medium that might be useful, though: company-specific talent communities. Read more...
Nearly everyone has a LinkedIn profile, but not many job seekers use theirs to its full potential. LinkedIn is a great place to network, get job leads and help you land interviews. Follow these tips to create a LinkedIn profile that works for you during your job search, helping you secure a position that meets your needs. Show More Summary
The best tool for your job search isn't LinkedIn or Indeed. Here's the secret to finding the best place to grow your career.
LinkedIn has changed a lot from being the niche business networking site that it was. While that's still its purpose, the site is now a lot more social, including features that will help you not just have a professional […] Post from:...Show More Summary
LinkedIn asked over 26,000 professionals what they look for most in an employer. This is what they said. Last year, job openings in the U.S. hit a five-year high, clocking in at over 5 million, where they remain today. That's a lot of...Show More Summary
Whether it be Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, Twitter, YouTube, or LinkedIn... we have been seeing a tremendous shift in peoples' posts, a large percentage of them being women and/or mothers. As you scroll through your news feeds, you...Show More Summary
LinkedIn compiled a list of the most sought-after companies. Here is what it takes to land a job at some of them. LinkedIn dove deep into its user data and produced a list of the top 40 U.S. companies for attracting and keeping talented employees. Read Full Story
A big part of succeeding on LinkedIn lies in being yourself and showcasing your unique talents. This infographic from CEO of Your Life outlines some tips on how to do just that.
One of the main reasons everybody should start their own site is because you want to own your name and traffic online. Why should Facebook, LinkedIn, and a bunch of other social networking sites pop up first when someone Googles your brand or name? These sites are worth billions each because they own you! Not only Read More...
DALLAS—Dan Caine’s LinkedIn profile lists his title as entrepreneur, founder and military aviator. As impressive as that may sound, it still doesn’t encapsulate the full picture for the F-16 fighter pilot and 9/11 defender turned businessman, chief operating officer and co-founder of Dallas startup Rise. Show More Summary
Here's how to tap into LinkedIn's "Who's Viewed Your Profile" section to convert strangers into full-blown connections. LinkedIn. It's a powerful platform that connects you with millions of professionals across the globe. Blah, blah, blah. Sure, that's amazing and all—but, it's not even close to my favorite part about this networking tool. Read Full Story
Deutsche Bank’s Karl Keirstead today reiterates a Buy rating on shares of Microsoft (MSFT), after mulling over the bull and the bear arguments for its proposed $26billion acquisition of LinkedIn (LNKD). He remains “modestly positive”...Show More Summary
In case you hadn't noticed, there's a whole lot happening over on LinkedIn right now. From a new, freelance marketplace to the ongoing, furious debate about whether or not the world's largest professional network is becoming too much...Show More Summary