Linked In is thriving with more than 500 million members around the world and a diversified revenue model that includes subscriptions, advertising, and software licensing.
He led Linked In through its first four years and to profitability as Chief Executive Officer.
With 5,000 founders and investors, more than 40 keynote and fireside sessions, and over 50 exhibiting startups, this is Startup Grind's largest event ever.
Prior to Linked In, Reid served as executive vice president at Pay Pal, where he was also a founding board member. He currently serves on the boards of Airbnb, Coda, Convoy, Edmodo, Entrepreneur First, Gixo, Microsoft, Nauto, Xapo and a few early stage companies still in stealth.
In addition, he serves on a number of not-for-profit boards, including Kiva, Endeavor, CZI Biohub and Do Something.
Mossberg was a reporter and editor at The Wall Street Journal from 1970 until the end of 2013. C., office, where he spent 18 years covering national and international affairs before turning his attention to technology.
His Personal Technology column appeared every Thursday for 22 years.
He co-created and co-hosted a popular podcast, Ctrl-Walt- Delete.
He was, from 1991 through 2013, the principal technology columnist for The Wall Street Journal.
In 1999, Mossberg became the first technology writer to receive the Loeb award for Commentary.
In 2001, he won the World Technology Award for Media and Journalism and received an honorary Doctorate from the University of Rhode Island.
Along with other reporters from All Things D, Mossberg and Swisher started Recode in 2014, and it was acquired by Vox Media in 2015.
From 2015 to 2017, Mossberg was Executive Editor of The Verge and Editor-at- Large of Recode, web sites owned by Vox Media.
In 2017, he was awarded the Loeb Lifetime Achievement Award.