Chief executives of tech companies manage to snag 18 spots on Glassdoor's annual list of the highest-rated CEOs in America.
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.
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."
And that's twice as many followers as the first runner-up among LinkedIn Influencers, U.S. President Barack Obama.
Jeff Weiner says LinkedIn will evolve to help companies do things like determine skill gaps and create just-in-time curriculum to "train workers for the jobs of tomorrow."
The professional networking site, a favorite on Wall Street, reports strong growth for the quarter. The stock soars after hours.
The professional networking site says its new incarnation will make it easier for users to edit their profile and connect with others.
"The power of the people is more important than people in power," Booker said. He's developing #waywire, a social news platform, in hope of changing America for the better more quickly.
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