Will Microsoft be LinkedIn’s saviour? Don’t bet on it.

Microsoft doesn’t have a very good track record when it comes to big acquisitions, and its purchase of LinkedIn will be its largest deal yet

Tracing the BlackBerry diaspora

BlackBerry’s workforce has shrunk dramatically since 2011. Here’s where a lot of those people went.

Teenagers shouldn’t stress about LinkedIn

Why the professional networking can wait

How to land a good job after graduation

Networking, resume and interview tips from a pro

Seniors can still contribute, argues author of handbook on ‘encore careers’

Don’t let your age stop you from getting back in the workplace.

Six steps for cultivating a career in the digital age

Students: Be proactive and prepare for The Hunger Games

Hilarious tweets on the LinkedIn hack, a selection

Why in the world would one target such a boring site? Tweeters across the net give their two cents

At last, the job of my dreams

At last, the job of my dreams

Some boys yearned to be firefighters or astronauts—others aimed for the bacon


Random dude wants to be your employee on LinkedIn–can you say no?

A few weeks ago, I sung LinkedIn’s praises in a piece that reviewed the company’s stellar performance in recent years, and downplayed the importance of its undoubtedly inflated IPO.

So, what exactly is LinkedIn good for?

It may not be worth $8 billion, but the social network has potential