Articles by Mario Sundar
A few months ago, our CEO Jeff Weiner wrote an op-ed in Fortune Magazine describing the “other” unemployment crisis; that despite historically high unemployment rates we still have more than three million unfilled job opportunities in our country, and what we could do to solve it.
Last week, he had a chance to revisit this theme in his speech to roughly 1,000 local CEOs and business leaders at the Bay Area Council’s 2012 Outlook Conference, where the theme was “The Next Human Leap”.
What a year! We thought a perfect way to wrap-up the year would be to take a look at this year’s most popular blog posts, shining a spotlight on many of our key LinkedIn moments this year. As you skim through the most popular LinkedIn pictures and posts this year, you get an overview of some of our key milestones – product, cultural and more.
2011′s Top 10 LinkedIn Blog Posts
- LinkedIn News
You may have noticed something different on our blog today. A different look-and-feel.
Welcome to the LinkedIn blog’s first significant redesign since our launch. Yes, we figured it was about time, but we wanted to do it for the right reasons. In addition to behind-the-scenes improvements to our content management system, speeding up page load times and building a foundation for language improvements down the road, here are changes you’ll see today:
Updated: If you missed the live video, check out the entire video of the President’s LinkedIn Town Hall right below.
We’d like to thank the thousands of LinkedIn members who submitted questions for President Obama’s LinkedIn Town Hall today.
In the past few weeks, we’ve begun sharing relevant LinkedIn news, events and video coverage through our @linkedinnews twitter account. For those of you who want more than just a scoop, we’re also starting a blog series that will highlight recent press on LinkedIn events. This is the first of many such posts.
On Wednesday, our CEO Jeff Weiner sat down with John Battelle at the Web 2.0 Summit in San Francisco. We thought we’d share with you both the video interview along with some of the related coverage and video snippets. The interview itself is about 30 minutes long (embedded below) but it covers a wide variety of topics – from our company’s growth to Jeff’s vision for the next wave of the global economy — the Talent Economy.
- LinkedIn in the News