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People need to be much more aware of the risks they might be running by revealing too much personal information

The Business On: Phil Loney, CEO-designate, Royal London

A bit of a shrinking violet?

Stephen Foley: Has LinkedIn become an unlikely safe haven?

US Outlook: The guys behind LinkedIn are fleet of foot. The social networking site made its sensational stock market debut in May, when bulls chased the stock to double the float price. Quick as a flash, Jeff Weiner has changed the firm's pitch to appeal to the bears that have been in charge this past week.

Tech bubble is tethered by serious profits

As technology shares soar, it's easy to make comparisons with the 1990s dotcom boom

The Business On... Geoffrey Spence, Interim chief executive of Infrastructure UK

Infrastructure UK, what's that?

Zynga set to go public with a valuation of $20bn

The social gaming group behind FarmVille is expected to file to go public today as it becomes the latest technology sensation to hit the markets this year.

Facebook flourishes among over-50s

The domination of Facebook by young people could soon be over. The use of the social networking site by over-50s is rising faster than any other group.

Inglis named as future boss of Bonmarche, if sale goes ahead

Private equity group Duke Street has lined up a new chief executive for Bonmarche should it complete the purchase of the discount fashion chain.

Why trust logging on when you can talk to friends face to face?

Facebook was quick to dismiss the news last week that it lost over 100,000 UK users in May as nothing more than a blip. Yet when it came to explaining what caused the mystery drop, the company appeared to be as bemused as everyone else.

Government to launch inquiry into 'outdated' cyberstalking laws

The government is to launch an investigation into the growing problem of cyberstalking, The Independent has learnt.

Flotation flyer for Pandora

Pandora, the internet radio company with 90 million subscribers, soared in value on its debut on the New York Stock Exchange yesterday, following in the footsteps of LinkedIn and Yandex to become the latest soaraway dot.com flotation.

'Online harassment' over affair leads to landmark court case

A plumber is accused of using Twitter and a string of websites to expose graphic details of his wife's affair with her multimillionaire boss at one of the world's largest financial companies.

'Shame' of affair boss outed online

A plumber used Twitter and a host of websites to expose graphic details about his wife's "deceitful" affair with her multimillionaire boss, a court heard today.

Rowland back in dot.com game with social media flotation

Jonathan Rowland, the investor who made his name during the dot.com boom, is to return to the technology market with the launch of an investment vehicle targeting social media companies.

Groupon will reap 'wild profits', says chairman

The chairman of Groupon has sought to play down fears around the value of the discounting site as it prepares to go public, predicting it would be "wildly profitable".

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