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With Pulse, LinkedIn Is Becoming The Newspaper Of The Future

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LinkedIn, the professional network people use to maintain an online resume, find jobs and job candidates, and network, is sending a clear message with its acquisition of news-reader Pulse: It's a media company, and it's not ashamed of that. Pulse makes an app that allows readers to browse articles from...
With Pulse, LinkedIn Is Becoming The Newspaper Of The Future

LinkedIn to buy Pulse, maker of mobile news reader app

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LinkedIn, the world's largest professional networking site, continues to beef up its content publishing platform with its agreement to acquire Pulse, which makes a mobile news aggregation, reader and content distribution application.LinkedIn has been broadening its site's scope in recent years beyond its core feature of individual professional profiles,...
LinkedIn to buy Pulse, maker of mobile news reader app

LinkedIn eyes future as professional publishing hub

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The company seems set on making business content, not social networking, the focus of the site. [Read more]...
LinkedIn eyes future as professional publishing hub

Erotic Novel '50 Shades Of Grey,' Fan Fiction And Copyright

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Fifty Shades of Grey, the erotic novel that started out as Twilight fan fiction and that will now be re-published by Random House’s Vintage, raises interesting questions about crowdsourcing and copyright. Vintage paid seven figures to republish E.L. James’ 50 Shades of Grey trilogy, which was first published in...
Erotic Novel '50 Shades Of Grey,' Fan Fiction And Copyright

Today in Tech: Is LinkedIn's future a publishing hub?

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Also: Illegal movies pop again on YouTube; AOL beats the Street.  LinkedIn eyes future as professional publishing hub [CNET] The professional network today reported earnings that blew the Street's socks off, so to speak. LinkedIn's stock is trading up close to 10 percent on the after-hours market because the company floored everyone with...
Today in Tech: Is LinkedIn's future a publishing hub?
LinkedIn buys news reader Pulse for a reported $90 million

Content newswire NewsCred buys cloud publisher Daylife

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NewsCred is a media upstart that offers a one-stop shop for high quality content form the likes of the Economist and Bloomberg. After relaunching less than a year ago with a $4 million, the company’s technology driven syndication service has proved a hit with both publishers and brands. Today, NewsCred...
Content newswire NewsCred buys cloud publisher Daylife

LinkedIn confirms purchase of social news reader Pulse

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LinkedIn has confirmed on Thursday that it has acquired the social news reader Pulse, explaining how the company wants to use Pulse’s tools to improve the content on LinkedIn’s site. AllThingsD had previously reported that the acquisition would take place, and is putting the price tag at $90 million, which...
LinkedIn confirms purchase of social news reader Pulse
Inkling takes on iBooks Author with “Habitat” professional publishing platform

iPad book publisher Inkling does its own free e-book platform

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Almost a month after Apple introduced its own interactive e-book publishing platform, iBooks Author, iPad publishing startup Inkling is introducing its own version, called Inkling Habitat. Habitat is free and cloud-based and is aimed at professional publishing houses — not just anyone who wants to try their hand at e-book...
iPad book publisher Inkling does its own free e-book platform
LinkedIn Acquires Pulse For $90M In Stock And Cash

LinkedIn confirms $90 million deal to buy Pulse

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Work-oriented social network LinkedIn has confirmed earlier rumors and announced a deal to buy news aggregation service Pulse. The buyout will cost LinkedIn $90 million; the company hasn't announced many specific plans for its new holding, but says it wants to be the "definitive professional publishing platform," where "professionals come...
LinkedIn confirms $90 million deal to buy Pulse

LinkedIn acquires Pulse for $90M

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LinkedIn today announced that it has agreed to acquire news aggregation app Pulse for $90 million. AllThingsD reported last month that the expected price of the acquisition was between $50 million to $100 million. Pulse, which was founded in 2010, says it currently has more than 30 million active users...
LinkedIn acquires Pulse for $90M

Yep, LinkedIn Acquires Newsreader Startup Pulse for $90 Million

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LinkedIn announced on Thursday it has acquired mobile news aggregation startup Pulse, as Kara Swisher reported it would last month, signaling another step by the massive professional network towards becoming an online content powerhouse. It’s a big buy for LinkedIn, costing a cool $90 million, according to the company. The...
Yep, LinkedIn Acquires Newsreader Startup Pulse for $90 Million
LinkedIn buys Pulse newsreader for $90M

LinkedIn buys Pulse for $90M, claims it intends to use the team to build new products

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Following last month’s rumors, LinkedIn has confirmed its acquisition of Pulse, a popular news reader app similar to Flipboard and Circa. The cost of the deal was $90 million, which sits high within the previously reported range of “between $50 and 100 million.” LinkedIn’s SVP of “Products & User Experience,” Deep Nishar, states that “Pulse is a perfect complement” to...
LinkedIn buys Pulse for $90M, claims it intends to use the team to build new products
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