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2014-11-22 23:01:43

The real-time geo-location based networking and people discovery application is now available on the Google Play Store as a free download.

2014-11-19 23:13:37

Namelessly Inc., a startup committed to promoting interaction and exchange of thoughts, opinions and ideas among professionals from across

2014-11-19 23:08:41

Customers Can Take Advantage of New Data-Driven Sales Tool without Compromising Compliance RENTON, Wash.

2014-11-18 23:10:16

Reach, the app providing a new and progressive tool for professionals to connect face-to-face with people in their LinkedIn network, has selected technology and apps public relations firm PMBC

2014-11-12 12:27:15

Data science company can now publish on social media's "big three" LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter CHICAGO, Nov.

2014-11-05 16:27:09

Third Annual Global Mobile Internet Conference Features Speakers from Airbnb, Baidu, Evernote, Facebook, Google, Jawbone, Linkedin, Path, Paypal, and many more MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., Nov.

2014-11-04 23:02:11

San Francisco’s Academy of Art University has placed #4 on the international Red Dot Design Ranking 2014 and has earned a spot on LinkedIn’s list of top universities for designers.

2014-11-04 08:29:57

FRANKFURT, Germany and DUBLIN, November 4, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- - "Human to human" replaces B2B and B2C - Free networking app BRDGE to be unveiled


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Reid Hoffman
2013-09-19 09:30:28

Reid Hoffman, born August 5, 1967, is an American entrepreneur, venture capitalist and author. Hoffman is best known as the co-founder of LinkedIn, a social network used primarily for business connections and job searching. Hoffman was born in Stanford, California, the son of Deanna Ruth Rutter and William Parker Hoffman, Jr. and grew up in Berkeley, California. He attended high school at The Putney School, where he farmed maple syrup, drove oxen and studied epistemology. He graduated from...

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