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  • Angry Birds players scammed by fake 'virus detected' ads, FTC says

    A Los Angeles digital marketing company scammed "a substantial number" of Angry Birds players through deceptive banner ads, according to a Federal Trade Commission complaint. Jesta Digital agreed to a $1.2-million settlement with the FTC. On top of...
  • Recruiter.com Wants To Smooth The Way Between Candidates, Recruiters

    Recruiter.com Wants To Smooth The Way Between Candidates, Recruiters
    FARMINGTON — With LinkedIn, recruiting.com, the recruiterslounge.com, and a zillion other places to get job hunting and career advice, is there room for Recruiter.com to survive and grow? The traffic numbers suggest the answer is yes. According to...
  • Lying about your age in L.A. is more common than you may think

    Everyone in L.A. lies about his or her age, says the author of the book "Career Comeback — Repackage Yourself to Get the Job You Want." "This is the most youth-oriented city on the planet, where you're only as old as your cosmetic dermatologist...
  • Kanye West seeks execs for a new clothing label on LinkedIn

    Kanye West seeks execs for a new clothing label on LinkedIn
    Rapper and fledgling fashion designer Kanye West is looking for a vice president of production and a chief financial officer for a "clothing project." Both positions are posted on LinkedIn. "The venture will be very high profile and, unlike those in...
  • Fashion's the way to 'Dallas' star Jesse Metcalfe's heart

    Fashion's the way to 'Dallas' star Jesse Metcalfe's heart
    Jesse Metcalfe of "Dallas" and "Desperate Housewives" tells the Cut he has "broken up with girls who have no fashion sense." Pet peeves include cheesy prom dresses, fake tans and hair extensions. [The Cut] A bunch of editors leaving the Philosophy...
  • Twitter files for an IPO; five things you should know

    Twitter files for an IPO; five things you should know
    As you may have heard, Twitter has filed for a confidential initial public offering of stock, so in case you aren't too familiar with the company, here are five quick things you should know. It has 200 million monthly active users Twitter hasn't...
  • Twitter drawing on lessons learned from Facebook IPO

    SAN FRANCISCO — Call it the anti-Facebook IPO. It may be the most hotly anticipated initial public stock offering since Facebook Inc. But Twitter Inc. is doing all it can to distance itself from the Facebook fiasco, which has become a case study...
  • LinkedIn sued for 'hacking' users' email accounts, pestering friends

    SAN FRANCISCO -- It’s no secret that some people really don’t like the aggressive way that LinkedIn convinces you to turn over your email address book to send those pesky invitations to friends to sign up for the service. Now four users...
  • Should LinkedIn be clearer about harvesting email contacts?

    SAN FRANCISCO -- This is not the kind of word of mouth LinkedIn was looking for. Last week, four users filed suit against the professional networking service in San Jose federal court. They accused the company of accessing their email accounts without...
  • How to get 10 extra gigabytes of free cloud storage on Google Drive

    How to get 10 extra gigabytes of free cloud storage on Google Drive
    Need more storage space on Google Drive? Google is offering users an additional 10 gigabytes of free cloud storage for the next two years if they download and try the company's Quickoffice app, which recently received a major update and is now available...
  • Apple bites the bullet, offers credit to 'Breaking Bad' viewers

    Apple bites the bullet, offers credit to 'Breaking Bad' viewers
    Apple is offering iTunes customers who purchased "Season 5" of Breaking Bad a $22.99 iTunes credit that can be used to purchase "The Final Season" of the critically acclaimed TV drama. The Cupertino, Calif., tech company is offering the credit in response...