HSBC uses strange business euphemism in its press release about potential job cuts.
New figures released this week by the London Fire Brigade report that young professionals are having two fewer fires a week since the Brigade started using social media to communicate crucial fire safety advice to the public.
In the wake of the horrific explosions at the Boston Marathon on Monday, Harvard students criticized the university for its delayed response to the tragedy.
A new study reveals that half of UK employees do.
Twitter has launched a new #Music app which recommends tracks based on who you follow on Twitter.
The app looks to redefine the email experience by "unboxing your email," according to Adam Cahan, Yahoo's SVP of Mobile and Emerging Products.
A Stansted Airport employee submitted a tasty letter of resignation to his bosses written in icing on top of a cake.
This week, Facebook Home for Android was rolled out to international users.
According to the study, 71% of most organizations have at least one social media tool available to some or all employees. However, the average respondent gives its internal social media efforts a failing grade.

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