LinkedIn is an American business and employment-oriented service that operates via websites and mobile apps. Founded on December 28, 2002, launched on May 5, 2003, it is used for professional networking, including employers posting jobs and job seekers posting their CVs; as of 2015, most of the company's revenue came from selling access to information about its members to recruiters and sales professionals. Since December 2016 it has been a wholly owned subsidiary of Microsoft; as of June 2019, LinkedIn had 630 million registered members in 150 countries. LinkedIn allows members to create profiles and "connections" to each other in an online social network which may represent real-world professional relationships. Members can invite anyone to become a connection. LinkedIn participated in the EU's International Safe Harbor Privacy Principles. LinkedIn is headquartered in Sunnyvale, with 33 global offices in Omaha, Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco, Washington, D. C. São Paulo, Dublin, Graz, Paris, Madrid, Singapore, Hong Kong, Japan, Canada and Dubai.
In January 2016, the company had around 9,200 employees. LinkedIn's CEO is Jeff Weiner a Yahoo! Inc. executive. Founder Reid Hoffman CEO of LinkedIn, is Chairman of the Board, it is funded by Sequoia Capital, Bain Capital Ventures, Bessemer Venture Partners and the European Founders Fund. LinkedIn reached profitability in March 2006. Through January 2011, the company had received a total of $103 million of investment; the site has an Alexa Internet ranking as the 28th most popular website. According to the New York Times, US high school students are now creating LinkedIn profiles to include with their college applications. Based in the United States, the site is, as of 2013, available in 24 languages, including Arabic, English, German, Portuguese, Dutch, Danish, Russian, Japanese, Polish, Indonesian and Tagalog. LinkedIn filed for an initial public offering in January 2011 and traded its first shares on May 19, 2011, under the NYSE symbol "LNKD"; the company was founded in December 2002 by Reid Hoffman and founding team members from PayPal and Socialnet.com.
In late 2003, Sequoia Capital led the Series A investment in the company. In August 2004, LinkedIn reached 1 million users. In March 2006, LinkedIn achieved its first month of profitability. In April 2007, LinkedIn reached 10 million users. In February 2008, LinkedIn launched a mobile version of the site. In June 2008, Sequoia Capital, Greylock Partners, other venture capital firms purchased a 5% stake in the company for $53 million, giving the company a post-money valuation of $1 billion. In November 2009, LinkedIn opened its office in Mumbai and soon thereafter in Sydney, as it started its Asia-Pacific team expansion. In 2010, LinkedIn opened an International Headquarters in Dublin, received a $20 million investment from Tiger Global Management LLC at a valuation of $2 billion, announced its first acquisition and improved its 1% premium subscription ratio. In October of that year, Silicon Valley Insider ranked the company No. 10 on its Top 100 List of most valuable startups. By December, the company was valued at $1.575 billion in private markets.
LinkedIn filed for an initial public offering in January 2011. The company traded its first shares on May 19, 2011, at $45 per share. Shares of LinkedIn rose as much as 171% on their first day of trade on the New York Stock Exchange and closed at $94.25, more than 109% above IPO price. Shortly after the IPO, the site's underlying infrastructure was revised to allow accelerated revision-release cycles. In 2011, LinkedIn earned $154.6 million in advertising revenue alone, surpassing Twitter, which earned $139.5 million. LinkedIn's fourth-quarter 2011 earnings soared because of the company's increase in success in the social media world. By this point, LinkedIn had about 2,100 full-time employees compared to the 500 that it had in 2010. In April 2014, LinkedIn announced that it had leased 222 Second Street, a 26-story building under construction in San Francisco's SoMa district, to accommodate up to 2,500 of its employees, with the lease covering 10 years; the goal was to join all San Francisco-based staff in one building, bringing sales and marketing employees together with the research and development team.
They started to move in in March 2016. In February 2016, following an earnings report, LinkedIn's shares dropped 43.6% within a single day, down to $108.38 per share. LinkedIn lost $10 billion of its market capitalization that day. On June 13, 2016, Microsoft announced that it would acquire LinkedIn for $196 a share, a total value of $26.2 billion and the largest acquisition made by Microsoft to date. The acquisition would be an debt-financed transaction. Microsoft would allow LinkedIn to "retain its distinct brand and independence", with Weiner to remain as CEO, who would report to Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella. Analysts believed Microsoft saw the opportunity to integrate LinkedIn with its Office product suite to help better integrate the professional network system with its products; the deal was completed on December 8, 2016. In late 2016, LinkedIn announced a planned increase of 200 new positions in its Dublin office, which would bring the total employee count to 1,200; as of 2017, 94% of B2B marketers use LinkedIn to distribute content.
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Class E basic helix-loop-helix protein 40 is a protein that in humans is encoded by the BHLHE40 gene. DEC1 encodes a basic helix-loop-helix protein expressed in various tissues. Expression in the chondrocytes is responsive to the addition of Bt2cAMP. Differentiated embryo chondrocyte expressed gene 1 is believed to be involved in the control of cell differentiation. BHLHB2+protein,+human at the US National Library of Medicine Medical Subject Headings FactorBook BHLHE40 Human BHLHE40 genome location and BHLHE40 gene details page in the UCSC Genome Browser. Human DEC1 genome location and DEC1 gene details page in the UCSC Genome Browser. Human STRA13 genome location and STRA13 gene details page in the UCSC Genome Browser; this article incorporates text from the United States National Library of Medicine, in the public domain
Nathanael's Church is a Church of Denmark parish church in Holmbladsgade in Amager, Denmark. Nathanael's Parish was disjoined from Sundby Parish in 1899 as a consequence of the rapid growth of the population in the surrounding working-class neighborhood; the church was built at the initiative of the Association for the Construction of Small Churches in Copenhagen, founded by three young women in 1885. As was the case with the other churches built by the association, it was handed over to the Copenhagen Church Foundation on its completion, which took care of its operation; the foundation stone for the new church had been set on 14 June and it was consecrated on 19 March 1899. The church was designed by Thorvald Jørgensen, who would also design a number of other churches in Copenhagen as well as the current Christiansborg Palace, built in 1915 after its predecessor was destroyed in a fire. Oriented south-north, the church is designed in a Neo-Romanesque style, it is built in red brick on a plinth of granite from Bornholm.
The main entrance is in the south gable. The Tympanum is now decorated with a glass mosaic created by William Fridericia in 1986, it depicts Nathanael's meeting with Jesus as described in John 1–35. There are nine tall, rounded windows, arranged in groups of three, with the middle ones somewhat taller than the others, on both sides of the church building; the bell tower is at the south-west corner of the building. The openings of the bell chamber is divided into three by two columns supporting rounded arches; the nave has a barrel-vaulted ceiling with moulded ornamentation. There are galleries along its west sides. Official website
Alexandre Rousselet is a French cross-country skier who has competed since 1998. His best individual finish at the Winter Olympics was 19th in the 15 km event at Turin in 2006. Rousselet's best finish at the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships was fifth in the 4 × 10 km relay at Sapporo in 2007 while his best individual finish was 25th in the 15 km event in 2005, his best individual career finish was fourth in a 15 km + 15 km double pursuit FIS race in France in 2006 while his best individual World Cup finish was eighth in a 30 km event in Italy in 2006. Rousselet was born in Doubs. All results are sourced from the International Ski Federation. 1 victory – 4 podiums – Alexandre Rousselet at the International Ski Federation
St. Kazimierz Church is a Roman Catholic church in Warsaw's New Town at Rynek Nowego Miasta 2. St. Casimir Church was the Kotowski Palace, residence of the Wyszogród stolnik, Adam Kotowski. In 1688 it was purchased by Queen Maria Kazimiera Sobieska to be transformed into a church to serve the Benedictine Sisters of Perpetual Adoration of the Most Holy Sacrament, whom she had brought to Poland. In 1688-92 the Kotowski residence was transformed into a church-cum-cloister, to a design by the leading Polish-Dutch architect Tylman Gamerski; as with many of the buildings that were reconstructed after the Deluge, Tylman designed the church in Palladian style. Between 1718 and 1721 the trompe-l'œil altars of St. Casimir and Virgin Mary were sponsored by Michał Kazimierz Radziwiłł, voivode of Vilnius. In 1718 the church furnishing was completed with a profuse late baroque pulpit in the shape of a flower and between 1745 and 1748 with a rococo organ; the significant additions in the second half of the 18th century were tombstones of the members of the Sobieski family - Maria Karolina Sobieska de Bouillon and Maria Józefa Sobieska.
In 1769, the former 17th century tabernacle was replaced with a new marble one decorated with silver. During the Kościuszko Uprising the nuns donated some of the church equipment to the army - 12 silver candlesticks from Augsburg, 5 gilded reliquaries, 52 precious votives and 4 statues of angels from the main altar - 412 silver grzywnas worth. In World War II, during the Warsaw Uprising, like nearby St. Hyacinth's Church, St. Kazimierz was used as a hospital; the nuns housed many civilians in the church and cellars and gave medical aid as well as they could. In August 1944 they decided to suspend their rules to assist wounded insurgents; because of this decision the German military targeted the cloister for heavy bombing. During a single raid on August 31, 1944, four priests, 35 nuns and over a thousand civilians sheltering in the church's crypt were killed. Sobieska's magnificent church and cloisters was destroyed; the church was reconstructed in 1947-53. Designed by Tylman Gamerski, the church consists of a large dome atop a basic Greek cross design.
The facade is baroque, although the interior is modern, because few of the original furnishings of the church were preserved. Inside, the most valuable element of the original church's decoration are the preserved fragments of a brilliant tomb monument of Maria Karolina Sobieska de Bouillon carved by Lorenzo Mattielli in white and black marble in 1746; the effigy of the founder in an oval frame was placed atop the plinth with the Janina coat of arms and a royal crown. The whole composition was completed with carved statues of the personification of the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth and a putto, while the arcade above was adorned with skulls; the tombstone was reconstructed in 1961 by Antoni Szymanowski. Kotowski Palace St. Hyacinth's Church St. Mary's Church St. Florian's Cathedral History of early modern period domes kościół pw. św. Kazimierza Tylman van Gameren, architect of Warsaw Description and photos of the church
Jacek Tadeusz Morajko is a Polish former road racing cyclist, who rode professionally between 2003 and 2018 for the Antarte–Rota dos Móveis, Madeinox–Boavista, Mróz–Active Jet, Vacansoleil–DCM, CCC–Polsat–Polkowice and Wibatech Merx 7R teams. Born in Opole, Morajko made his professional debut in 2003 for the team Antarte–Rota dos Móveis. In 2007, he was finished second at the Polish National Road Race Championships. Three years he won the road race and two stages and the general classification of the Course de la Solidarité Olympique and the Tour of Małopolska. In 2011, he won the Coupe des Carpathes. In 2008, he finished 54th at the road race of the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing. Jacek Morajko at Cycling Archives Jacek Morajko at ProCyclingStats