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LinkedIn Pays Nearly $6 Million in Labor Violations and Damages

Originally published on August 6, 2014, at NationofChange.org

In violation of the Fair Labor Standards Act, LinkedIn Corp. has paid $3,346,195 in back wages and $2,509,646 in damages to 359 former and current employees. 478 more words

Andrew Emett

LinkedIn Posts 1st Quarter Loss As Investment Expenses Rise

MOUNTAIN VIEW (CBS/AP) – LinkedIn (LNKD) suffered a first-quarter loss as the online professional networking service ramped up its investments in projects aimed at attracting more users on the lookout for better jobs and career advice. 111 more words


5 reasons the office will become redundant

by Andrew Keen

PALO ALTO, California (CNN) — We spend the majority of our lives at work. Indeed, most of us still spend hours a week commuting to a physical office where we are paid to beaver away in Dilbert-like cubicles. 1,252 more words


Analysts like LinkedIn despite weaker outlook

Six brokerages on Friday raised their price target for LinkedIn Corp. by as much as US$50 despite the company’s disappointing sales forecast and a pullback in its share price by as much as 10.5%. 103 more words

Trading Desk

LinkedIn overhauls its mobile applications to reach 'mainstream users'

For LinkedIn Corp., it’s time for a change.

It’s been more than a year-and-a-half since the social network for job seekers, recruiters and business professionals has overhauled its mobile offerings, and on Thursday, the Mountain View, California-based company plans to put a new face on its mobile properties. 553 more words

FP Tech Desk

LinkedIn hits new high as user growth continues

LinkedIn Corp., the biggest online professional-networking service, surged to a record high after analysts from Evercore Partners Inc. and Wunderlich Securites Inc. released bullish reports on the company’s growth prospects. 275 more words


Top 10 most overused words on LinkedIn profiles for 2012

If you describe yourself as creative, effective and highly organized, chances are you’re not alone.

LinkedIn Corp. released its third annual ranking of overused words and phrases in Canadian users’ profiles Tuesday and those three chestnuts topped the list. 185 more words

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