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Man working for Deloitte praises Hitler on LinkedIn, faces backlash
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Man working for Deloitte praises Hitler on LinkedIn, faces backlash

Following the backlash on Twitter, where numerous users shared screenshots of Neerabh Mehrotra’s LinkedIn post, he subsequently issued an apology

Elon Musk Turns Cupid? Users call on Musk to make a Twitter dating app that uses AI to make matches
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Elon Musk Turns Cupid? Users call on Musk to make a Twitter dating app that uses AI to make matches

Several Twitter users have asked Twitter CEO Elon Musk to make a Twitter based dating app called Twinder, that would use AI to help users get matches based on their likes and outlook. Musk finds the idea fascinating, and imagines it to be a great way to hire people.

LinkedIn cuts over 700 jobs, phases out China app as demand wavers
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LinkedIn cuts over 700 jobs, phases out China app as demand wavers

The move to cut roles in its sales, operations and support teams was aimed at streamlining the company's operations and would remove layers to help make quicker decisions, LinkedIn CEO Ryan Roslansky said in a letter to employees.

From TCS to Amazon, here are the 25 best companies to work at in India, as per LinkedIn’s survey
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From TCS to Amazon, here are the 25 best companies to work at in India, as per LinkedIn’s survey

Even though Amazon saw a lot of people getting fired in the last two years, and several other workforce-related controversies, it manages to rank second in LinkedIn's top 25 places to work at.

US woman reapplies to her own job after company offers higher pay for same role
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US woman reapplies to her own job after company offers higher pay for same role

Ruth Thomas, a pay equity strategist at Payscale, suggested that employers should communicate their pay strategy to their workers.

'Brand Ambassador of Swachh Bharat': Student cleans spilled food on metro floor
India

'Brand Ambassador of Swachh Bharat': Student cleans spilled food on metro floor

The boy took out a page from his notebook and washed off the dirt with it.

LinkedIn user shares unique 'Google-themed' resume, post goes viral
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LinkedIn user shares unique 'Google-themed' resume, post goes viral

The resume has gone viral and has grabbed the attention of many who appreciated the man's creativity

CEO asks freshers to work 18 hours a day without
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CEO asks freshers to work 18 hours a day without "rona-dhona"; slammed online

Bombay Shaving Company founder and CEO Shantanu Deshpande, in a Linkedin post, has suggested that freshers must work 18 hours a day.

Woman ties rakhi on martyred brother's statue in Rajasthan, photo leaves internet emotional
India

Woman ties rakhi on martyred brother's statue in Rajasthan, photo leaves internet emotional

The woman’s brother, who was a soldier in the Indian Army, had laid down his life during a gunfight in 2017. She now celebrates Raksha Bandhan by tying Rakhi to his statue

American CEO posts crying selfie after firing employees, slammed
World

American CEO posts crying selfie after firing employees, slammed

An American CEO posted his picture of crying on LinkedIn, and stated that he is posting this to make people see that not every CEO is cold hearted and that he is very guilty of firing his employees

Woman adds 'sex work' as experience on LinkedIn, post goes viral
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Woman adds 'sex work' as experience on LinkedIn, post goes viral

Many congratulated her for finding a new job that she found empowering and well paid. Several others commented that the value of sex work should not be minimised and few even supported her for writing and opening up on her journey

Viral: Man works on laptop while riding pillion, image divides internet
India

Viral: Man works on laptop while riding pillion, image divides internet

Further in his post, Singh advised all bosses to think on how they terrorise their colleagues to meet the deadline at the cost of their own safety. He also requested them to ponder over the words including ‘IT'S URGENT’ and ‘DO IT ASAP’ especially if they are in a position of power.

Microsoft to buy 'Call of Duty' maker Activision Blizzard: All you need to know about the record $69 billion deal
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Microsoft to buy 'Call of Duty' maker Activision Blizzard: All you need to know about the record $69 billion deal

The all-cash deal will let Microsoft — maker of the Xbox gaming system — the world’s third-biggest gaming company by revenue behind China’s Tencent and Japan’s Sony

Job seeker in London stands at train station with pitches for interview; gets job offers within three hours
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Job seeker in London stands at train station with pitches for interview; gets job offers within three hours

Many people gave their cards and also their contact numbers. Haidar Malik decided to engage with more people by talking and greeting them. Among all these individuals, one person gave the young job seeker a breakthrough

Microsoft says it will shut down LinkedIn in China as Beijing tightens control over tech firms
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Microsoft says it will shut down LinkedIn in China as Beijing tightens control over tech firms

The US-based company will replace LinkedIn in China with an application dedicated to applying for jobs but without the networking features, according to senior vice president of engineering Mohak Shroff

LinkedIn denies data breach that allegedly exposed data of 700 million users, says 'members trust us'
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LinkedIn denies data breach that allegedly exposed data of 700 million users, says 'members trust us'

LinkedIn has clearly denied any such breach and assured that 'no private LinkedIn member data was exposed'.

Microsoft in discussions to buy Nuance Communications, an AI firm, for $16 billion: report
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Microsoft in discussions to buy Nuance Communications, an AI firm, for $16 billion: report

If the deal goes through, this would be the second-most important acquisition for Microsoft after its $27 billion purchase of LinkedIn in 2016.

After Facebook, data of 500 million LinkedIn users appears online; company says 'not a LinkedIn data breach'
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After Facebook, data of 500 million LinkedIn users appears online; company says 'not a LinkedIn data breach'

LinkedIn members’ full names, email addresses, phone numbers, genders, and more were visible in the leaked set of data.

LinkedIn confirms that it is working on a Clubhouse-like audio chatroom feature
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LinkedIn confirms that it is working on a Clubhouse-like audio chatroom feature

Parallelly, platforms like Spotify, Facebook, Instagram are also believed to be working on similar products for their respective platforms.