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Will LinkedIn's earnings top Wall St. views again?

LinkedIn Corp.'s unblemished record of exceeding analysts' financial projections will be put to the test Thursday when the online professional networking service is scheduled to release its second-quarter earnings. Full story

LinkedIn Launches Sponsored Updates for Businesses

LinkedIn's new marketing tool makes it the latest social network to integrate promotions from businesses into users' news feeds. Full story

Is it OK to cry at work?

   It’s natural to cry and get angry, but is it OK to display your emotions at work? Nicole Williams, a career expert for LinkedIn, and psychiatrist Joshua Weiner discuss the role of emotions in the workplace.

Why Your Business Should Make Time for LinkedIn [Infographic]

Since launching 10 years ago, the professional networking site has exploded in popularity. Here is how businesses can take advantage. Full story

Where to Go for the Most Valuable Investment News

You might be surprised by our answer. Full story

The Social Media Rules for CEOs

Twitter, Facebook and Youtube are usually the domain of one of your employees, but if want to get involved, here are the things you should consider. Full story

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Taking on LinkedIn, News Corp. Is Planning a Social Network of Its Own

LinkedIn Adds Two-Factor Security Authentication

LinkedIn Sees Mobile Growth Amid Acquisitions, New Apps

3 Free Apps to Help You Network Like a Pro

LinkedIn boosts security, offering similar technology as Twitter

10 Questions to Ask When Creating Your LinkedIn Company Page

YouTube Creates Paid Subscription Service for Brands

LinkedIn Tips: 10 Ways to Get the Most Out of Your Network

LinkedIn Leveraged to Lend New Life to Old Scam

Amid Mobile Effort, LinkedIn Falls Short

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  Dimon Bullish on America

CNBC's Kayla Tausche reports on JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon's bullish comment on the U.S., found on LinkedIn's popular "Influencers" platform. Stuart Freeman, Wells Fargo Advisors, and CNBC's Jeff Cox share their opinions on the economy.

  LinkedIn Deep in the Red

CNBC's Josh Lipton reports on LinkedIn earnings. Meanwhile Paul Richards, UBS, says the latest jobs data reveals all is well with the U.S. economy.

  LinkedIn Reports Earnings

CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports LinkedIn's latest numbers.

  LinkedIn Consistently Growing

LinkedIn has been consistently growing all 3 of its businesses, a sharp contrast to Groupon, reports CNBC's Julia Boorstin.

  Cramer's Mad Dash: Don't Sell This Stock!

Jim Cramer explains why investors should hold onto their shares of Starwood Hotels, despite the recent downgrade.

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A combination image shows excerpts of four LinkedIn profiles of UK-based Google employees as displayed on the LinkedIn website
A combination image shows excerpts of four LinkedIn profiles of UK-based Google employees as displayed on the LinkedIn website

A combination image shows excerpts of four LinkedIn profiles of UK-based Google employees as displayed on the LinkedIn website. REUTERS/Staff

FILE: LinkedIn Beating Wall Street Projections For The Quarter
FILE: LinkedIn Beating Wall Street Projections For The Quarter

SAN ANSELMO, CA - JANUARY 27: In this photo illustration, the LinkedIn logo is displayed on the screen of a laptop computer on January 27, 2011 in San Anselmo, California. Linkedin's shares are up 8.5% and the company is beating Wall Street expectations for the quarter.