Silicon Valley startups are paying headhunters more than $30,000 a head for hot engineers - Business Insider
For startups trying to hire engineers in Silicon Valley, it's not just about affording high salaries. Recruiter fees are also a big deal, according to a discussion on Twitter among founders on Thursday.
The venture arm of the customer-relationship management provider now has nine companies valued at $1 billion or more in its investment portfolio, more than any other corporate VC. Google Ventures is not
YouTube just held its annual Brandcast event in Madison Square Garden, where it trotted out online video stars for an audience of advertisers. The big message was that YouTube stars are huge celebrities,
Answer true or false: “I am an ethical manager.” If you answered “true,” here’s an uncomfortable fact: You’re probably wrong. Most of us believe we can objectively size up a job candidate or a venture
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Want to get paid for shampooing someone’s hair? In California, you may need to have at least nine months of experience and pass a licensing test overseen by the state barbering and cosmetology board, members
In a panel discussion at this week's Facebook F8 developer event, the head honchos behind Messenger, WhatsApp, and Instagram sat down to explain why the social network owns and operates three apps that