LinkedIn Corp. will use acquisitions to make its professional networking tools more accessible on mobile phones and add features that make the site more relevant to members, Chief Executive Officer Jeff Weiner said.
When Darren Huston, chief executive officer of the Priceline Group, has a decision to discuss with one of his managers, he often heads outdoors for a walking meeting, away from the hubbub of his open office in Amsterdam.
LinkedIn Corp., the biggest professional-networking website, rose the most in almost six months after forecasting sales that topped estimates as it adds users and makes more money from recruitment services.
LinkedIn Corp. is introducing a Chinese-language website that will restrict some content to adhere to state censorship rules, expanding in a country where U.S. technology companies have clashed with the government.
LinkedIn Corp., owner of the world’s most popular professional-networking website, was sued by customers who claim the company appropriated their identities for marketing purposes by hacking into their external e-mail accounts and downloading contacts’ addresses.