She’s actually just really cool and good at her job.
Jeff Weiner, CEO of LinkedIn, says the professional social network may send users fewer emails in the future.
Jeff Weiner talks about the social network’s decision to censor politically sensitive content.
For the latest installment of BuzzFeed Brews, streamed live on Facebook, San Francisco Bureau Chief Mat Honan interviews Jeff Weiner, CEO of LinkedIn.
The prime minister talked candidly about the election battle, his use of technology, and his vision for the country. (Oh, and Game of Thrones.)
David Cameron made the remarks during an interview at a BuzzFeed Brews event in London.
“He obviously made a mistake,” the prime minister told BuzzFeed Brews.
The prime minister was speaking to UK deputy editor Jim Waterson at the first international edition of BuzzFeed Brews.
The prime minister admitted to BuzzFeed that he sneaks a peek at his mentions from time to time.
He also told BuzzFeed Brews he was “very proud” of introducing same-sex marriage.
The prime minister signalled his readiness to debate his rivals in an interview with BuzzFeed News.
In the first international edition of BuzzFeed Brews, the prime minister talks to Jim Waterson, deputy editor of BuzzFeed UK. You can watch the Facebook live stream below.
The prime minister told BuzzFeed News that no one on his team was tasked with preparing for another coalition.
SPOILER ALERT. (Blame the prime minister).
Deputy U.K. Editor Jim Waterson will interview the prime minister.
The stars of Sony’s upcoming film pulled out of all planned media appearances, including a live BuzzFeed Brews event, on Tuesday. UPDATE: The studio also told movie exhibitors it would not object if they pulled the film from theaters.
UPDATE: This event was canceled when Franco and Rogen pulled out of all planned media appearances after the group claiming responsibility for the Sony hack threatened to attack theaters showing The Interview.
Find out who smells like wood chips and more in this edition of BuzzFeed Brews!
The Voice co-hosts reveal significantly different views on how artists should be compensated.
Blake Shelton and Adam Levine discuss why they think the hugely successful reality show has yet to find a “one in a million” recording artist.