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Facebook hires ‘one of the least popular party leaders in modern British history’ to fix its image

Facebook has hired the former UK Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg as its head of global affairs and communications. The former Liberal Democrat politician will be relocating to Silicon Valley in the new year, but starts work on Monday, according to the FT. SEE ALSO: Facebook users in the UK will now see who paid...CONTINUE READING
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T.J. Miller denies ‘Silicon Valley’ bullying accusations

Last month, Silicon Valley’s Alice Wetterlund — who played engineer Carla Walton — accused co-star T.J. Miller of being “a bully and petulant brat.” Miller, who didn’t have the most glowing review of his on-set conduct by those behind the HBO show, denied Wetterlund’s claims on the Jim Norton & Sam Roberts show Wednesday. “I...CONTINUE READING
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Homeless man photographed handing out resumes lands job offers

Over the weekend, a photo of out-of-work web developer went viral, resulting in a flurry of job offers. The photo, which was tweeted by @jaysc0 on Friday, showed David Casarez standing on the side of the road in Mountain View, California, holding a placard telling people that he was homeless.  SEE ALSO: Architects are building...CONTINUE READING
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‘Silicon Valley’ star accuses T.J. Miller of being ‘a bully’ on set

Silicon Valley actress Alice Wetterlund has accused her former co-star T.J. Miller of being “a bully and petulant brat” on the set of the show in a series of tweets posted on Wednesday night. SEE ALSO: T.J. Miller sounds insufferable in another interview Wetterlund, who appeared in the HBO series for two seasons in 2015-2016,...CONTINUE READING
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How to build a team of superheroes at your startup

Wonder Woman! Iron Man! That startup employee! Every person in your startup has the potential for “hero-dom,” and it’s your job to give them the opportunity to realize it and share their story.  On this episode of “Masters of Scale,” LinkedIn cofounder Reid Hoffman discusses the concept of “hero-dom” and how it applies to companies...CONTINUE READING
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Here’s what to expect from Silicon Valley’s secret privacy meeting

Silicon Valley executives are meeting for half a day tomorrow in San Francisco to discuss consumer privacy, and people are kind of freaking out about it. It all started when Axios reported Monday that people representing some of the largest technology companies in the world planned to meet and “discuss how to tackle growing questions...CONTINUE READING
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Company culture and importance of first impressions

First impressions count.  On this episode of “Masters of Scale,” entrepreneur Margaret Heffernan talks about how your company culture is reflected in the person people interact with first: your receptionist. “If you want to build a strong culture, the first thing you have to do is open your eyes,” “Masters of Scale” host and LinkedIn...CONTINUE READING
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If you want to succeed, let fires burn

Not all problems need immediate solutions.  Entrepreneurs can feel like most of their job is extinguishing metaphorical fires, but spending too much time trying to solve problems can burn the chance for success.  On the second episode of “Masters of Scale,” LinkedIn cofounder Reid Hoffman explains why it’s important to let fires burn.  “Deciding which...CONTINUE READING
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How the ‘20% time’ rule led to Google’s most innovative products

Did you know that some of the most iconic Google products start out as side products? On this debut episode of “Masters of Scale,” former Google CEO Eric Schmidt discusses the company’s 20 percent time rule — a policy that allows employees to work on whatever they want for 20 percent of their time on...CONTINUE READING
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