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LinkedIn sues plug-in software firm Sell Hack for users' leaked email ...
Washington, April 2 : Professional networking site LinkedIn is reportedly taking legal action over a free plug-in software that exposes email addresses of its users via a web browser add-on tool.
LinkedIn boss Jeff Weiner polled highest rated US CEO with 100% ...
Washington, Mar. 23 : LinkedIn boss Jeff Weiner has claimed the top position in America's highest rated CEO list with approval ratings, which has been recently revealed by a US based job and career site.
LinkedIn job seeker rejected by frustrated 'communicator of the year'
Washington, Mar. 01 : 2013 'Communicator of the Year' Kelly Blazek response to a job seekers email and LinkedIn request made the rounds on Reddit, Buzzfeed and other viral hotspots after the person posted it on her Imgur account.
LinkedIn accused of showing inactive members on its people you may ...
Washington, Feb. 22 : LinkedIn users have reportedly complained that the company's "people you may know" section listed contacts, who were not even there on the site.
Blocking unwanted members now possible on LinkedIn
Washington, Feb. 22 : Social networking site LinkedIn has announced a new feature, which enables users to block unwanted members from their profiles.
LinkedIn wraps four-months old Intro email service to focus on 'most ...
Washington, Feb. 08 : LinkedIn has reportedly shut down its Intro mail service, four months after its roll out, in a bid to focus on 'most relevant' offerings to members.
LinkedIn posts Q4 revenue totaling 447.2 million dollars
Washington, Feb. 7 : LinkedIn has reported revenues worth 447.2 million dollars and non-GAAP earnings per share of 0.39 dollar during Q-4'13.
LinkedIn set to acquire job-seeking site Bright in $120M deal
Washington, Feb. 7 : Professional social network LinkedIn is buying Bright, a three-year-old service that connects job seekers with employers, for approximately 120 million dollars in cash and stock.
Microsoft, Google, Yahoo, Facebook, LinkedIn reveal govt. snoop-data ...
Washington, Feb. 04 : Tech giants Microsoft, Google, Yahoo, Facebook and LinkedIn have reportedly published their detailed transparency reports stating the number of snoop-data requests the government made as part of its wider mass surveillance programme.