China economic growth slows more than expected in third quarter
BEIJING: Gross domestic product increased 6.5 percent in the third quarter from a year earlier, compared to 6.6 percent in a Bloomberg survey and down from the 6.7 percent pace in the previous quarter.
Well, it’s finally happened. LinkedIn finally ripped off Snapchat’s Stories, meaning it joins the illustrious company of Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Google, WhatsApp, and just about everyone else. The new feature is called “Student Voices,” and resembles Snapchat’s Stories. First spotted by consultant Carlos Gil, LinkedIn has since confirmed, via TechCrunch, that it is in fact working on such a thing. Just like every other site that’s borrowed from Snapchat, LinkedIn is aiming the feature squarely at a youthful demographic. In this case, the audience is college students and recent graduates. You know how this works by now. Students will be able to see… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: LinkedIn,Snapchat
Bain Capital and Kohlberg Kravis Roberts, two of the three firms that bought Toys R Us in a 2005 leveraged buyout, each committed $10 million to the fund. That amount is well below the $75 million the worker rights group Rise Up Retail says former employees are owed.