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3 HOURS AGO - Investors Business Daily

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How LinkedIn Turned A Bad Business Situation Into Good

LinkedIn"righted its ship" after its shocking Q4 earnings three months ago sent shares plunging.

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4 HOURS AGO - Business Insider

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Why Apple stumbled this week (AAPL)

This week's crop of tech earnings turned out pretty well, with Amazon, Facebook, and LinkedIn all posting better-than-expected results. But there was one big exception: Apple. Not only did Apple report its first quarterly revenue and profit decline (vs the previous year) since 2003 — which everyone was expecting — it also missed Wall Street's expectations and downgraded Q2 guidance. CEO Tim ...

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Linkedin CEO Weiner: Focused on active job seekers

April 29 -- Jeffrey Weiner, chief executive officer at Linkedin, discusses development of the talent solutions business, focusing on assisting active job seekers, and protecting the company's vision against increasing competition. He speaks with Emi        

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5 HOURS AGO - TechCrunch

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Handcuffed to Uber

 A quick scan of LinkedIn for former employees underscores the point. Of Uber’s roughly 6,700 employees, only a tiny fraction have left, and in most cases, those hires weren’t around long enough to be worrying about vested options. Employees of privately held companies have long wrestled with this issue. (We wrote about it here last summer.)¬†With valuations of many privately ...

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6 HOURS AGO - Huffington Post

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New Android Malware Imitates Banking Apps

Be careful about what you're downloading on your phone: Nearly a dozen "well-designed," cash-stealing apps have reportedly been uploaded to the Google Play store recently. These apps, which started cropping up at the beginning of this year, imitate banking and payment apps to collect private information from users, according to security researcher Joshua Shilko.  This is basically the oldest trick ...

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