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A startup called BranchOut is raising cash in a bid to surpass LinkedIn by offering its own professional network.
The professional network on Facebook moves into the open Internet with "about" pages for users.
Does LinkedIn have a strategic weakness? BranchOut's CEO thinks it does, and is basing his whole company on it.
Social network's traffic to mobile apps and games has nearly tripled in two months.
Facebook has created a booming app economy that's made plenty of developers rich. It's also forcing a lot of them to lose sleep.
The new app makes job recruiting on the social network more high profile, something that should worry LinkedIn.
Facebook is growing up fast and smart. It's a platform company now. It enables, it doesn't create. But that will change.
Boston-based startup wants to replace the "skills" section of your resume with a series of scores based on online quizzes. It's an idea worth millions.
Social network becomes hub for job hunting, Pinterest adds business accounts, and malware hides in fake daily-deal e-mails.
Dozens of apps joining the social network's Timeline are becoming overnight success stories. Take Viddy -- two months after launching its Timeline app, it's now No. 1 in the iTunes store.