LinkedIn rise bucks social network trend


Investors look past quarterly loss to 2014 profit hopes


Vertical dimensions to social networking

Start-ups take on LinkedIn by giving users walled gardens to swap sensitive information

Tim Cook says ‘I’m proud to be gay’

Apple chief goes public to ‘help others’

Demand for big data drives wages boom

Tech professionals jobs expected to grow by 56,000 a year

BBVA looks to US’s midwest for banking innovation

China hits back over cyber hacking claims

Beijing net tsar says his country is the world’s biggest victim

Lenovo completes Motorola acquisition

Chinese tech group finalises deal with Google

Alcatel-Lucent cuts fixed costs faster

Shares up 15% as two-thirds of €1bn goal is reached

Soaring costs in global internet race

Ramp-up in costs reflects intensified competition as well as upgrades to long-term ambitions

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Global army hot on the trail of trolls

Content moderators that go to the dark side of web

Snapchat: shortlived but a real-life feel

The technology takes on the form of a conversation

Samsung refocuses as handset profits dive

Group looks to regain share at lower end of smartphone market

Naver misses forecasts despite Line growth

Third-quarter profit at South Korean internet group jumps 88%

‘Future Fifty’ start-ups enjoy bumper year

Tech City success but some high-profile companies struggle

IBM and Twitter tweets-for-business tie-up

Rometty and Costolo find tech love in hour of need

Incoming EU digital chief slams Google

Günther Oettinger says US tech group could be taxed for displaying copyright material

Boards ‘not prepared’ for cyber attacks

Older directors have ‘modest understanding’ of threat

European telecoms: hold the line please

Regulators slowly changing tune on sector consolidation

Social media: antisocial reaction

Shares in Twitter, Yelp and Pandora down amid concern over user growth and profits

Amazon’s venture in China raises concerns

Investors are sceptical the group can win in a market dominated by Alibaba and its homegrown peers