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  • LinkedIn makes major play for China

    LinkedIn makes major play for China
    SAN FRANCISCO -- LinkedIn is launching a Chinese language website to expand its presence in China, which boasts the world's largest Internet population. The Mountain View, Calif., company is hoping the website, which uses simplified Chinese characters,...
  • Facebook to retire '@facebook.com' email feature in March

    Facebook to retire '@facebook.com' email feature in March
    Facebook has begun notifying users that it plans on retiring its '@facebook.com' email addresses in a few days, bringing to a close a failed initiative by the company to replace users' email with its own messaging system. The company this week said it...
  • Ex-Ald. Mell starts lobbying firm with help of daughter Patti Blagojevich

    Ex-Ald. Mell starts lobbying firm with help of daughter Patti Blagojevich
    Former Chicago Ald. Dick Mell, one of the most gregarious political creatures ever to grace City Hall, is back in the game with a new lobbying firm he founded with the help of daughter Patti Blagojevich. The longtime 33rd Ward alderman is doing some...
  • LinkedIn's workforce dominated by Asian and white men

    Almost 60% of U.S. employees at LinkedIn are white or Asian men, including about 70% of the executive ranks, reflecting the broader lack of women and minorities working in the technology industry. “Over the past few years, we’ve experienced...
  • Shocker: Are job postings really coming to an end?

    Dear Joyce: My 22-year-old nephew told me that job postings are biting the dust -- going dead as a dodo bird. How can that be true? How can people find jobs? -- A.T. Online shoe retailer Zappos has recently declared the end to job postings -- the...
  • Your bad: The power to admit your workplace goofs

    Your bad: The power to admit your workplace goofs
    Hillary Clinton recently told Diane Sawyer of ABC News that when she and her husband left the White House in 2001, they were “dead broke.” That was, to put it mildly, an ill-advised statement, given that the Clintons had earning potential few...
  • At SwitchPitch, big companies pitch projects to tech start-ups

     At SwitchPitch, big companies pitch projects to tech start-ups
    Start-up entrepreneurs are used to pitching their ideas to investors and big-name companies, hoping somebody will give them a break. But the tables were turned recently at SwitchPitch, a role-reversal tech event where start-ups gathered to hear...
  • Yahoo reveals its workforce, too, is dominated by men

    Yahoo became the latest Silicon Valley tech company to publicize its workplace diversity statistics, revealing a company that is overwhelmingly male, especially in its upper echelons. Women make up only 15% of tech workers and 37% of total employees, ...
  • Colleges promote entrepreneurship [Commentary]

    While many aspects of the college experience are steeped in tradition, every year more college graduates are leaving the customary path and seeking less traditional methods of employment, most notably, as entrepreneurs. The number of graduates choosing to...
  • Recruiter Q&A: Core skills drive hiring of liberal arts majors

    By Marcella Kreiter Whether a new graduate majored in English or history is immaterial when it comes to finding that first job, says Kevin Carlson, CEO of the Chicago recruiting firm Brill Street + Co. Rather, he said, it's all about the core skills...
  • Getting to the heart of why social media works

    Why do online social networking sites exist? This is not a rhetorical question. Why were they not just a quickly passing fad? Two decades after the concept came to prominence, why are more than 500 million people still flocking to sites such as...