LOL, LinkedIn requests.
LOL, LinkedIn requests.
Just because I updated my profile does NOT mean I want every single connection to get an email about it.
Lowe’s led a nearly $30 million funding round in Porch.com, which connects homeowners seeking to do renovation projects with verified, licensed professionals. Porch competes in the nascent but growing field of home renovation matchmaking.
We trust you shall use these tricks wisely. (via https:)
Brian Cornell’s background is in stark contrast to his “homegrown” predecessor.
The social network reports that 70% of its global employees are male.
The struggle is real, please add me on LinkedIn. But actually.
Business news organizations see steep drop-offs.
Let’s hope they’ve all learned a lesson from this.
They won’t even read your cover letter.
::flirty favs your tweet::
The CMO outlined Target’s challenges via a LinkedIn post, saying that after “a well-known blog called me out by name, it only felt right that I should respond.”
Can anybody solve the great Google+ mystery?
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Where hope goes to die.
167,903 emails: “Someone would like to add you to their professional network! :)”
Apple makes nearly half a million dollars for each of its 80,300 employees, by far the most of any company on the list.
No I am *not* going to put on pants today.
OMG, DID I CHANGE MY “VIEW AS ANONYMOUS” SETTING?
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It’s creepy. It’s corporate. And it’s just weird.
That’s what Citigroup says in a new report today. Facebook is way outpacing Google, Yahoo and LinkedIn, according to these charts.
A million dollars isn’t cool. You know what’s cool? Bangs.
Besides Facebook telling you your literal birthday.
So, you want to network professionally. Ha!
For victims of sexual harassment, assault, and domestic violence, looking for work means exposing themselves to their assailants.
You are what you tweet. And like. And… um… LinkedIn.
LinkedIn sent out emails notifying 20 million people they were in the top 10% of most viewed profiles. These people couldn’t resist bragging about it on Twitter.
Redditor monster_hugs put this together and it is brilliant.
This has to be a labor violation of some sort. It’s easy to understand how tech company music videos happen, and I’m not saying they can’t exist — in the exact right context, among friends, I’m sure they’re all really funny, in a last-day-at-summer-camp sort of way. But there must be rules.