You know what job recruiters are getting sick of hearing about? Your "creativity." LinkedIn has analyzed its 187 user profiles and mapped which buzzwords were the most overused in each country this year.
Peter Wensierski on the polarizing pope, Greg Sargent on Ted Nugent's friends in D.C., Sam Lagrone on looming Navy cuts, Jeffrey Toobin on vanishing Republicans, and Andrew Ross Sorkin on an elite LinkedIn.
After two big password hacks on two major Internet sites, it looks like the whole password security system has become obsolete.
In this whole social media bubble implosion scenario, LinkedIn often gets portrayed as the angelic social media company that actually makes money and has a useful purpose compared to that wanton do-no-good social network Facebook -- until today.
It looks like someone may have hacked 6.46 million LinkedIn passwords. And, well, no one seems worried.
There are two dueling propositions when boarding any plane nowadays, beyond, obviously, getting to your destination safely and in a reasonable amount of time.
As the President tours the West Coast, he'll talk jobs in Silicon Valley
The Netscape co-founder gets taken down a notch for his bullish financial outlook
Tech experts and investment analyst alike are still scratching their heads
Analysts claim social network was ripped off by underpriced IPO deal
Critics and optimists weigh in on the implications of LinkedIn's ferocious first day
Shares double in their first day of trading; LinkedIn is the biggest web IPO since Google
With the newly jacked up IPO price, Reid Hoffman could net as much as $665 million
Not since 2000 have we seen a tech company boost its valuation so quickly
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