Microsoft has made plans to acquire the social network for professionals, LinkedIn. This comes after software giant acquired calendar app, Sunrise and it’s to-do list tool, Wunderlist.
Just as we have changed the way the world connects to opportunity, this relationship with Microsoft, and the combination of their cloud and LinkedIn’s network, now gives us a chance to also change the way the world works.
For the last 13 years, we’ve been uniquely positioned to connect professionals to make them more productive and successful, and I’m looking forward to leading our team through the next chapter of our story.
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