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  • Hewlett-Packard Shows Hazard of Sharing LinkedIn Profiles: Tech

    Hewlett-Packard Co. Vice President Scott McClellan gave away more than his job status when he mentioned the computer maker’s new Web-storage initiative in his profile on LinkedIn Corp., a professional-networking site.

  • Facebook Automates Lists of Friends to Rival New Service From Google

    Facebook Inc., the world’s largest social network, is simplifying tools to automate lists of friends who can see posts and photos as it steps up competition with a new rival service from Google Inc.

  • Facebook Seeks Acquisitions to Fend Off Google Competition

    Facebook Inc., the world’s largest social network, is planning acquisitions that will improve site design, keep its service reliable and advance mobile features to stave off competition from Google Inc. and Twitter Inc.

  • Google Halted Social Network Invites After ‘Insane Demand’ for New Service

    Google Inc., the world’s biggest search engine, shut down the invite mechanism for its new Google+ social network after “insane demand,” said Vic Gundotra, head of social efforts, on the company’s website.

  • Blankfein Flunks Asset Management as Clark Vows No More Goldman

    On Jan. 2, Jim Clark , a founder of such technology icons as Netscape Communications Corp. and Silicon Graphics Inc. , was at home in Palm Beach, Florida, when he got an e-mail from an executive at Goldman Sachs Group Inc. ’s private wealth management division. Goldman was offering Clark a chance to invest in the closely held social-networking company Facebook Inc. The deal -- through a fund overseen by Goldman Sachs Asset Management -- was being offered to other Goldman investors at the same time, Bloomberg Markets magazine reports in its March issue.

  • LinkedIn's Overseas Route to an IPO

    The road to a highly anticipated initial public offering for professional networking site LinkedIn may go through the United Kingdom, India, Australia, the Netherlands, and Canada.

  • Google Takes On Facebook With Social Service

    Google Inc., the world’s biggest Internet-search company, is making a fresh attempt at social networking with a service to compete with Facebook Inc.’s site.

  • Twitter Finds Itself Without Full-Time Founders

    Twitter Inc. co-founder Biz Stone’s decision to join fellow company alumnus Evan Williams at Obvious Corp. leaves Twitter with none of its creators fully devoted to the microblogging service.

  • ‘CSI’ Killer Sqweegel Doubles as Pitchman for Book, Web Film

    Anthony Zuiker , creator of the “CSI” police shows on CBS, is using the Oct. 14 episode of the flagship series in a unusual bid to promote his new crime novel and a Web movie with same villain.

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