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Adam Weinstein left LinkedIn last year and two months ago launched Cursor, a data analytics startup that lets anyone inside a company search for data across departments, applications, and platforms.
LinkedIn is a goldmine for people looking to make connections or find a new job. Here are some tips and tricks to turn you into a power user.
Ex-Tesla employees who were laid off this week are surprisingly praising the automaker in LinkedIn posts
Tesla is firing around 9% of its employees. Some former employees have shared their experiences on LinkedIn, taking a mostly positive tone. Like Instagram, LinkedIn encourages users to present an idealized version of themselves.
The San Francisco housing market is so dire that people are leaving in droves — here’s where they’re headed
People are leaving in San Francisco because of out-of-control housing prices. Here's where they're moving.
Here’s what it’s like to intern in Silicon Valley, where the perks include kombucha, climbing walls and free plane tickets for parents to ...
A Stanford student and prospective interface engineer gave us a tour of LinkedIn and showed us what it's really like to intern in tech.
Snapchat ranks dead-last in a new advertising poll — and it shows how little progress has been made since its IPO
Snap's primary source of revenue is compensation from marketing on its flagship product Snapchat, but a less-than-impressive IPO and a controversial redesign that led to unimpressive user growth have pushed social media marketers to other options.
How to write LinkedIn recommendations that will make your coworkers love you and could even boost your own career
The LinkedIn recommendation you write for someone is a reflection back on you, and it can either help or hurt your own career. Here's how to write a LinkedIn recommendation that makes everyone happy.
Kris Jenner, the matriarch of the Kardashian-Jenner clan, is hiring a personal assistant on Bumble Bizz, the app's professional networking platform. It's similar to Linkedin, but you're swiping for networking and mentoring connections.
The CEO of a popular beauty brand appeared in a bizarre series of Instagram posts where he called for help and asked people to contact the police abou...
In a follow-up video, Deciem CEO Brandon Truaxe he said he was OK and threatened to sue an unnamed journalist. He also called those concerned about his mental health "idiots."