His analysis may be both controversial and self-serving, but it still makes a ton of sense in today's job search market.
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Will the professional network comply with data localization requirements?
Each internet stock has plenty going in its favor, so which one offers investors more long-term upside?
Though its acquisition by Microsoft is probably a few months away, investors could stand to gain over a 20% return on an annualized basis using this little-discussed investing strategy.
Both social media leaders face pending changes that will alter their respective investment prospects, for better or worse.
Both social media leaders have a load of upside in the coming months and years, but which is the better buy over the long run?
Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn dominate the ranks of publicly traded social-media giants, though some prominent players likely to IPO in 2017 could shake up the top rankings in the future.
ExxonMobil, Microsoft, and Pfizer are top stocks that offer retirees an attractive blend of risk, reward, and dividend upside.
There are plenty of reasons people sell stocks -- some good, and some bad.
The acquisition of LinkedIn fueled speculation that Twitter could be next.