China’s largest professional social network Mai Mai, has begun offerings users loans via a partnership with online lender 360 Finance. The loans are being offered through the in-platform “Mai Mai Wallet” which allows users to link their account to payments platforms like Sesame Credit and JD.com Finance Mai Mai has been quite public about how it monetises user data through connections in the fintech sector. In...
Professional social network LinkedIn has begun asking its Chinese users to verify their identities through phone numbers, citing local legal requirements, a measure that was first suggested in April 2018.
Chinese startup Delink is aiming to bring blockchain technology to bear on the professional social networking market. The company's white paper states that: "Delink is committed to creating a decentralized version of Linkedin," via a "decentralized network of employee interaction platforms."
LinkedIn has some 13,000 courses on its site. Facebook has 13. But it’s the start of a new offering that's now reached the U.S.
OfferUp has named Bill Carr, a former Amazon executive who founded its global digital music and video business, to serve as chief operating officer. Carr will be responsible for aligning and prioritizing company initiatives at Seattle-based OfferUp
Drive Motors, an auto financing and shopping platform, has named automotive veteran Chris Gugliotta as head of strategic partnerships. He'll be responsible for leveraging transparent and omnichannel, online car-buying tools for auto lenders and manufacturers.
LinkedIn Talent Hub will allow recruiters to source candidates from its 550 million members.
LinkedIn will acquire Glint, an HR-tech startup that measures how engaged employees are in their jobs, in a deal rumored to be worth more than $400 million U.S.
China’s largest professional social network Mai Mai has announced that it will be investing RMB 1 billion ($144 million U.S.) in a free career counseling service.
Global freelance marketplace UpWork has gone public and closed its first day of trading up more than 40 percent on the NASDAQ. As a public company, officials plan to boost current client use, add clients and attract more freelancers.