LinkedIn Inks Content Sharing Agreement With Network 18; Nayan Patel Moves To LinkedIn India LinkedIn has set up its office in Mumbai at the Bandra Kurla Complex; Nayan Patel, who was previously director of strategic partnerships for LinkedIn in Mountain View, California, has taken on the role of director of operations for LinkedIn India. LinkedIn has also announced a co-marketing agreement with Network18 that initially includes integration of business and finance content from Moneycontrol on LinkedIn, and community-generated content from LinkedIn on CNBC-TV18. The agreement is the first media partnership announced by LinkedIn in India and is a part of the company's strategy to growing brand awareness among professionals in the country. Vodafone Open To Selling Airtel Stake; Plans To List Vodafone India Vodafone Group CEO Vittorio Colao has told the Economic Times that it is willing to sell an indirect minority stake of 4.39 percent in Bharti Airtel, saying, "No company in the world will be happy with a small minority stake in another entity. If anybody is interested in buying our stake, we are for it." Vodafone Group also has plans to list its India subsidiary. The listing would depend on when Essar Group will exercise its put option. Essar can sell its 33 percent stake between May 2010 and the middle of 2011 to Vodafone for $5 billion. Infosys Launches Application Platform Nasdaq listed Infosys Technologies Ltd has announced the launch of Flypp, a ready to launch application platform for mobile operators. The platform will allow operators to offer a variety of applications including third…
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