Image-sharing site Pinterest has been in negotiations for months with photo service Getty. A breakthrough could dispel some of the copyright questions hanging over the hot startup — but one expert says not to hold your breath.
A new study analyzing comments on social media reveals something interesting about Americans’ plans for the big Memorial Day holiday weekend: Most of us seem to be planning on opening our wallets, big time.
More and more people are finding jobs via Twitter, Facebook, and other social media sites. These media aren’t changing how we look for jobs, they are simply rebooting the traditional habits of successful job hunters and making them easier. To boost your job search:
Small business owners have reported big jumps in website traffic and sales thanks to the Pinterest social networking site, so if your business isn’t on there, it probably should be.
Social media has unnerved businesses and given consumers unprecedented power by letting them take complaints straight to the internet, where they can be read by anyone before a business can even see and respond.
And you thought the stock market was volatile.
Last week, when news broke that Jessica Simpson had given birth to a baby girl her “stock” on celebrity gossip social gaming site Pop Salad more than quadrupled to $200,000. But, …
The news that some employers have asked for direct access to the Facebook accounts — including user names and passwords — of people applying for jobs at their firms has set off a firestorm of controversy. The reports have …
Every week the media seems to offer a new account of some dumb crook who is off to the slammer because he posted about his caper on Facebook. It turns out this phenomenon may be even more widespread than we think.
Facebook’s latest $1 billion acquisition smacks of a desperation that LinkedIn consistently manages to avoid.