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Rabbi Accused Of Child Molestation Allowed To Remove GPS

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MIAMI BEACH (CBSMiami) – A Miami Beach rabbi accused of inappropriately touching a child appeared in court Friday.

Rabbi Steve Karro, 55, did not speak in court but his defense attorney Jeff Weiner asked that the rabbi be allowed to remove his GPS monitor. 298 more words


Finally, LinkedIn revamps its boring "inbox" into a chat-like messaging feature

If there’s one thing more annoying about the deluge of emails that LinkedIn, until very recently, sent to its users to get them to login, it’s the professional networking service’s antiquated “inbox” that makes email feel modern. 330 more words


LinkedIn moves to spring clean its resume

A friend wrote recently to thank me for helping his career. Not having done a damn thing, as far as I could tell, to advance this fellow’s professional life, I was pleased to know he was referring to my insistence that he spruce up his profile on LinkedIn, whether or not he wanted to find a new job. 432 more words


LinkedIn Tips: 5 Big Mistakes You Must Stop Doing

Through smart networking, one can solve the most complex issue. This is one opportunity made available to the public by Jeff Weiner. Below is an article written by Ricardo Casas titled LinkedIn Tips: 5 Big Mistakes You Must Stop Doing. 71 more words

LinkedIn Q1 Beats On Sales Of $638M, EPS Of $0.57, Shares Tank On Weak Outlook

After Facebook and Twitter reported mixed results this week, LinkedIn today was the latest of the social networks to report its Q1 earnings. The company, which has over 350 million users globally, posted sales of $638 million, up 35% year on year, with non-GAAP earnings per share of $0.57. 781 more words


J.L. Mann girls lacrosse team wins third straight title

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CHAPIN – They were so intent on making sure they played on the 25th that when members of the J.L. 785 more words


LinkedIn to acquire Lynda.com for $1.5 billion in notable effort to link education & global opportunity #learning #development

Today, LinkedIn Corp. announced it has agreed to buy Lynda.com, an online learning company based in Carpinteria, California, in a deal valued at $1.5 billion. The deal is expected to close second quarter this year, and LinkedIn will pay some 52 percent in cash and 48 percent stock for the company. 361 more words