The still disappointed candidate says that if this was still 1955, he would have been elected mayor.
Sometimes, it's cathartic to return to the place of your demise. Anthony Weiner very much hopes so, as he comes back to Twitter with a new feed in his hunger for higher things.
Look familiar? The professional social network tries to boost revenue with a type of ad you're accustomed to finding on Twitter or Facebook.
The professional social network's first quarter is better than expected with $325 million in revenue, but investors aren't impressed.
The former Democratic representative who fell foul of a Twitter scandal offers a tentative tweet. The currently emotional Donald Trump immediately tweets back calling him a "pervert."
Yammer and Salesforce, beware. Chief Executive Jeff Weiner said the professional network is cooking up private, collaborative tools for a corporate clientele.
How does a CEO appropriately express his love for his employees? By giving them all iPad Minis, of course.
The company seems set on making business content, not social networking, the focus of the site.
Net income climbs 66 percent in quarter as CEO calls 2012 a "transformative year for LinkedIn."
In the ongoing and ever-murkier saga of Rep. Anthony Weiner and his social networking, police are reportedly probing into his Twitter correspondence with a 17-year-old.