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.
Laila Dahlen, SVP Product and UX at Schibsted Marketplaces, will speak at AIM Group's AutosPlus18 conference in London on October 15 and 16. The AIM Group asked her a few questions ahead of the conference.
A year after it was first announced, LinkedIn has finally launched Talent Insights, its business intelligence tool that helps organizations better understand the idiosyncrasies of talent and the other organizations they’re competing with to hire that talent.
Bing's job initiative copies Google Search for Jobs with one big difference: all the jobs are sourced from LinkedIn.
Koder has announced the public beta launch of its free mobile app for hiring freelance coders and rewarding them with a bounty. The idea is to reward coders for problem solving and speed, and cut out traditional hourly billing.
LinkedIn has overhauled its job search feature, making it easier for job-seekers to find and apply for jobs.