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LinkedIn: The King of Social Recruiting

LinkedIn recently turned 10 years old. And the Mountain View, Calif.-based social network has much to celebrate. Founded in 2003, LinkedIn now has 225 million users worldwide, and its share price has nearly doubled since the firm's 2011 IPO. Meanwhile, other highly anticipated social media IPOs have fared rather poorly. Facebook's shares have fallen 40 percent since going public last year, and Zynga's shares have fallen nearly 70 percent since going public at the end of 2011. Read More >

Dimon, Blankfein, or Gorman: Which CEO Sounds Most Like a CEO?

Earlier this week, the Wall Street Journal cited a new study showing that the way you talk-your pitch, tone, and vocal tics-strongly influences how others see you. For example, if you have a quiet voice, you're seen as weak; if your tone is high-pitched, immature; and if you um, like, uh stumble over words, not so smart. Read More >

PwC Ranks No. 1 in Latest Vault Accounting 50

From December 2012 through February 2013, more than 7,900 accounting professionals took the Vault Accounting Survey, the results of which are used to compile our annual accounting rankings. And this year, New York-based PricewaterhouseCoopers was the big winner, as it ranked No. 1 in the top two categories: the Vault Accounting 50 (a ranking of the firms deemed the "best to work for") and Prestige (the most prestigious firms to work for). Read More >

At Big 4, Men More Satisfied Than Women

This coming Monday, on Tax Day-which is either your least favorite day of the year or your favorite, depending upon how many deductions you take, how many dependents you have, and which tax bracket you fall into-Vault will be releasing its annual ranking of the top accounting firms in North America. Read More >

When Parents Lean In at Work, Do Kids Suffer at Home?

In article after article in the aftermath of Yahoo! CEO Marissa Mayer ending working-from-home options, and Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg publishing Lean In, about the only related subject I haven't read much if anything about is children. That is, I've came across little about children whose parents' work/life balance tips more toward work than life. Read More >

Why Google’s a Great Place to Work and Your Company Isn’t

Quick, without spending more than two seconds to think about it, answer this yes-or-no question: Do you love your job? If you answered no, then you're in the majority (a recent study showed that more than half of U.S. workers hate their jobs). Read More >

A Day in the Life of the Pope

Do you know what it takes (and how much Leaning In is necessary) to rise to the C-suite of the Catholic Church? Or why the Church always elects popes with more than six decades of experience? Or what the heck the Pope actually does all day? Although I don't know the answer to the first two questions, I do know the answer to the third. Read More >

Interview Tips From the 2013 Oscar Speeches

Four score and forty-eight months ago, in the Blossom Room of Hollywood's Roosevelt Hotel, the first Oscar statues were handed out for outstanding achievements in the motion picture industry. Read More >

6 Interview Questions Designed to Make You Blank Out

Business Insider posted a list of 13 popular Wall Street Interview questions specially designed to make job seekers "stutter." Ranging from trick questions to brain teasers to out-of-left-fielders, we selected a few of the toughest queries-along with guidelines for preparing a response. Put your thinking caps on! 1. "If I gave you an offer that lasted for the next 30 seconds, would you take it? Read More >

Is ‘Capital’ the Financial Crisis Novel We’ve Been Waiting For?

In the current issue of The New York Review of Books, Michael Lewis writes that John Lanchester's Capital (published last year and out this May in paperback) is indeed the financial crisis novel we've been waiting for-even though it isn't about the financial crisis at all. What it is about is a time and a place: 2007-2008, London. Read More >

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