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LinkedIn's billionaire founder shares his best networking advice
by Richard Feloni - Business Insider - BusinessInsider.com
Since LinkedIn launched in 2003, its cofounder and chairman Reid Hoffman has watched the professional networking site grow to 300 million users around the world. It's safe to call him an expert in the career-advancing power of networking.
In his latest book "The Alliance: Managing Talent in the Networked Age," cowritten with entrepreneurs Ben Casnocha and Chris Yeh, Hoffman explains the benefits of having employees who are active networkers both internally and externally.
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