There has been lots of commentary about LinkedIn being acquired by Microsoft. Some of it is bizarre and suggests Microsoft will spy on the professionals that use it, while others say that the acquisition will allow LinkedIn to be even more pervasive via Microsoft products. Here is a good weekend read!
Australia’s IT industry is one of the worst business sectors when it comes to employing women, particularly at executive management level, with just 14% of women in the top positions.
Microsoft is paying US$196 per share to acquire "professional" social networking site, LinkedIn, with the transaction expected to close by the end of this year.
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