Davos: LinkedIn founder sees investments in tools that ‘make life more productive’

By Reuters Staff
January 24, 2008

LinkedIn founder Reid Hoffman on what he sees coming in Internet investments. This footage was captured by Reuters CEO Tom Glocer, who is contributing to the Reuters/Nokia mobile journalism project in Davos.

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Video keeps stalling. Pity

Posted by Marco Bracco | Report as abusive

davos is nothing else but a club of multimillionaires that meet to know how to help each other while keeping their status quo. And Reuters does good being there, since we work for them, we deliever information for the high classes to keep their status quo.
well done.let’s protect them.

Posted by alberto | Report as abusive

If you did understand Tom Glocer’s integrity,you can guess the integrity of the community.

The correct answers Tom Glocer have no integrity,but he has alot of questionable stock options.

Posted by Sugiarto Setiabudi | Report as abusive