While preparing for an interview, the report said, 49 per cent of candidates visit company websites, 47 per cent use search engines and 35 per cent use professional networks to learn about the company and its employees and the position being offered.
Professional networking giant LinkedIn on Thursday rolled out the ‘LinkedIn Lite’ Android app, a faster and lighter version of its flagship app, in India. The Lite app offers a seamless and intuitive experience of LinkedIn to users on Android’s operating system.
Microsoft Corp is rolling out upgrades to its sales software that integrates data from LinkedIn,an initiative for building specialized business software.
Facebook contests its new feature will help out small businesses in particular, an area where LinkedIn lags.
Riding on its Cloud services, Microsoft on Friday announced revenues of $26.1 billion for the second quarter of fiscal year 2017 which exceeded analysts projections. While revenue in Intelligent Cloud (which includes its Azure cloud business) was $6.9 billion — an increase of eight per cent (up 10 per cent in constant currency) — the […]
LinkedIn responded that the company was “disappointed” with the decision by Russian regulators to block the service.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella spoke about the immediate terms the companies will follow after successful acquisition of LinkedIn
European Union has approved the acquisition of LinkedIn by Microsoft, which is valued at $26 billion.
Microsoft will allow LinkedIn’s rivals access to its software and give hardware makers option of installing other services.
US government says Russia’s decision to block LinkedIn could be used to justify blocking other sites operating in Russia.
Microsoft is buying out LinkedIn, the world’s largest social network for a deal valued at $26 billion in all cash deal. The key points of the deal so far.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella in his note lays out the future for LinkedIn and how it will fit withing the company’s ecosystem.
This is one of the biggest technology company deals. Here is how Twitter is reacting.
Microsoft is buying out LinkedIn for $26 billion in cash and Jeff Weiner will remain CEO of the social network.
LinkedIn admitted that the massive data breach in 2012 may result in millions of passwords being leaked to the internet