Here are five Indian cities where working professionals get paid higher salaries.
William Evanina, the US counter-intelligence chief, told Reuters in an interview that intelligence and law enforcement officials have told LinkedIn, owned by Microsoft Corp., about China's "super aggressive" efforts on the site.
The survey revealed that 78% of Indians desire a shorter commute time while 26% are even willing to take a pay cut for the same
The members have more than doubled in last five years, growing from 225 million members at its 10th anniversary in 2013
The survey was conducted among 753 employees and 501 executives at the director-level or above at large companies with more than 1,000 employees.
"Ninety-one per cent of Indian professionals are interested in hearing about job opportunities. This trend continues from last year wherein 90 per cent Indian professionals expressed that they are interested in hearing about new jobs," LinkedIn's report - 'Inside the Mind of Today’s Candidates' has revealed.
Microsoft's $26 billion acquisition of LinkedIn which was completed in December was the biggest-ever deal for a social media company.
The improvements to Dynamics 365, as Microsoft's sales software is called, are a challenge to market leader Salesforce.com and represent the first major product initiative to spring from Microsoft's $26 billion acquisition of LinkedIn, the business-focused social network.
The Dollar Shave Club, popular online seller of affordable razors and men’s grooming products in North America, is planning to make its India debut soon. The startup, which was acquired by Unilever for a USD 1 billion last year, is scouting for a country head for its India operations.
According to a report by LinkedIn, India, which has historically lagged in hiring women into leadership positions, has gained significant momentum with the largest percentage increase being hired into leadership roles (25 percent).
"Being a part of a team and learning from each other has been an integral part of my development. I face multiple situations in organisations that I am involved with where my on-field learnings often benefit these organisations," said Tendulkar.
Microsoft Chief Executive Satya Nadella, in his keynote speech at the company's Future Decoded summit in Mumbai, unveiled the apps explaining how they can revolutionise the way candidate verification processes at big companies and SMEs.
In a freewheeling exclusive interview with CNBC-TV18‘s Shereen Bhan, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella talked about a number of issues, including cloud and artificial intelligence technologies and outlined his views on US President Donald Trump‘s controversial immigration policies and how he sees Microsoft‘s future.
"Microsoft is doing good work in India. In particular, we have appreciated their initiative for digital inclusion in village, the Harisal pilot project in Maharashtra where they brought in technology and connectivity for digital health and digital education...," Prasad said after the 30-minute meeting.
The US tech giant yesterday said profits rose 3.6 percent in the second fiscal quarter to USD 5.2 billion, while revenues edged up one percent to USD 24 billion.
Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff was a class act throughout the negotiations, but at the end of the day it came down to dollars and cents, said Weiner.Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff was a class act throughout the negotiations, but at the end of the day it came down to dollars and cents, said Weiner.
Over two out of five Indian parents would like to do their children's job, but only 26 per cent think they would perform well at it, a LinkedIn global study today said.
As part of the MoU, LinkedIn's 'Placements' product will be adopted by all Indian colleges affiliated with All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), the company said in a release issued here.
Vertical networks with a focus on single profession are posing a challenge to generic ones, including LinkedIn, as highly-skilled professionals along with recruiters are flocking to these networks, experts say.
Indian IT companies need to pivot to the cloud technology to stay ahead of the curve -- that's the advice to the likes of Wipro and Infosys from Adobe's Shantanu Narayen.
Emerging from the meeting Javadekar said it was fruitful discussion adding that the ministry is open to good ideas.
Jeff Weiner, Chief Executive of the social network for professionals, who met with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, said that he is most excited about stimulating and reinforcing entrepreneurship, creating economic opportunities and ensuring people have skills for the jobs that are present and will be created.
Despite having billions under their kitty, big corporates in India or elsewhere struggle against startup. Here are 10 reasons why.
In the country‘s fledgling but growing taxi market, cab aggregators and carpooling companies are increasingly putting in place checks to ensure safety of their customers.
The US-based firm counts India has its second largest userbase after the home market with 37 million members.