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Why Microsoft’s $26.2 Billion LinkedIn Acquisition Is Good News for Twitter

Some good news for a quiet year of deal-making in Silicon Valley: Microsoft will purchase LinkedIn in an all-cash $26.2 billion sale, the companies announced Monday. Microsoft C.E.O.

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Microsoft will own LinkedIn by the end of the year

LinkedIn has more than 433 million members searching for jobs and connecting with other professionals. The purchase marks Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella’s first major acquisition since taking over the job in 2014.  He will be hoping for a better outcome than the last major company Microsoft acquired.

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Microsoft For LinkedIn Drives Up Twitter, Salesforce, Netsuite; In Play?

Shares of LinkedIn (LNKD) are up $61.92, or 47%, at $193, after Microsoft (MSFT) this morning said it would buy the company for $196 per share in cash, or $26.2 billion, including the cash on the books of LinkedIn, a 50% premium to the stock’s close of $131.08 on Friday. LinkedIn had $3.

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This is why Microsoft is buying LinkedIn for $26.2 billion

You know all that annoying spam you get in your inbox about people you don’t really know moving to new positions at companies you’ve never heard of? Well, those emails come from Microsoft now. The company announced on Monday morning that it is acquiring LinkedIn for a whopping $26.

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Microsoft Buys LinkedIn – Our Chat with CEO Jeff Weiner on the “Definitive Professional Publishing Platform” – Beet.TV

Nearly a year ago in Cannes, we sat down with LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner for this wide-ranging conversation about the evolving role of LinkedIn as a pervasive publishing platform.   We have republished out interview with news today of LinkedIn’s acquisition by Microsoft for $26 billion.

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Microsoft is about to add LinkedIn to its professional network

Microsoft is buying LinkedIn for $26.6 billion, a deal in which one of the world’s biggest social networks will join a software and computing giant as it tries to lengthen its reach in online services.

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The Microsoft LinkedIn Deal: What it means for advertisers

While much of the talk about Microsoft’s plans to buy LinkedIn for $26.2 billion in cash, announced Monday, has focused on beefing up its cloud business, there’s much to be considered for advertisers, particularly B2B advertisers.

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Why is Microsoft buying LinkedIn?

Microsoft just surprised the world with its LinkedIn acquisition. Valued at $26.2 billion, it’s a huge price to pay for a social network, and it tops the charts as Microsoft’s biggest-ever acquisition.

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What Microsoft Must Do To Onboard LinkedIn’s Leadership Successfully

If there ever was a company that epitomized the value of people over technology, that would be LinkedIn. Its core asset is its greater than 400 million membership base.

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Here’s Microsoft CEO’s letter to employees about the $26 billion LinkedIn acquisition

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella just weighed in on why the company decided to buy LinkedIn for a whopping $26.2 billion in cash—and no, it had nothing to do with spam email.

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Microsoft is buying LinkedIn, but what’s the real motive?

The news resounded in an echo chamber this morning. Microsoft is buying the most well-known and useful social network for business, and it’s quite an earth-shattering deal. They’ll pay $26.2B in cash or $196 per share.

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LinkedIn just cancelled its WWDC watch party post-Microsoft acquisition

What a start to the week! Most of us in the east coast woke up to news that Microsoft has agreed to acquire LinkedIn for an all-cash deal of $26 billion.

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Does the LinkedIn sale put Twitter in play? Yes, it does.

LinkedIn just gave Twitter investors something they haven’t felt in a long time: Hope. News that LinkedIn sold to Microsoft on Monday for more than $26 billion has pushed Twitter stock up more than 8 percent in early-morning trading.

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LinkedIn CEO: Here’s Why I Sold the Company to Microsoft

Microsoft announced Monday that it would acquire professional networking site LinkedIn for $196 per share in an all-cash transaction valued at $26.2 billion. In an email to LinkedIn employees, LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner explained why he decided to sell the company to Microsoft.

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Microsoft to acquire LinkedIn

REDMOND, Wash., and MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. — June 13, 2016 — Microsoft Corp.

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