What's the 411?: LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner Says 4th Industrial Revolution is Here!

Ep. 5: February 20, 2016

What do you do when you’re the CEO of a major public company, your stock drops over 40% and sheds $11 billion in value in the blink of an eye? You tell folks that the World Economic Report states 5 million jobs are going to disappear by 2020 due to the rapid advancements in technology and remind us your company has the most popular platform used by professionals and recruiters alike. Crafty! But for all of us who don’t work at LinkedIn… um what’s that about a revolution again? Answers to this and more on this episode of What's the 411: Grasshopper Edition.

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