The professional networking company LinkedIn has signed a lease for an entire 26-story building under construction in San Francisco.
Stung by the abrupt change in sentiment, the stocks of recent stars such as Netflix, Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn are 20 percent to 45 percent below their recent peaks. The steep downfall is raising questions about whether this is just a fleeting fit of fickleness or the foreshadowing of another market bubble about to burst.
With no new evidence or leads as to the location of a missing Menlo Park woman believed to have been hiking on Mt. Tamalpais, search and rescue crews have suspended a widespread search for her, a Marin County sheriff’s lieutenant said Monday.
LinkedIn finished last year with a solid financial performance, but the online professional networking service rattled already jittery investors with a forecast indicating that its growth is slowing more than investors envisioned.
A popular job and career website has placed several prominent Bay Area companies among its list of 50 best places to work in the United States, with three tech companies in the top five.
Despite all the headlines about the surge in technology jobs in San Francisco, on report suggests the tech sector still makes up only a tiny percentage of the city’s private jobs.
LinkedIn Corp. posted a loss for the third quarter on Tuesday, but the results were stronger than Wall Street expected as the professional networking service boosted its user base and increased revenue.
Alston Chiang of Jobspring San Francisco offers insightful advice for Bay Area job seekers.
Although job growth in the San Francisco Bay Area has slowed, many experts forecast a rise in employment postings, particularly in the tech sector.
LinkedIn is rolling out a new feature for mobile devices that will make it even easier for job seekers to get in touch with their prospective employers. The app turns a LinkedIn profile into a resume.