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LinkedIn's 2nd-quarter earnings rise 33 per cent as networking service adds 20 million members

SAN FRANCISCO - LinkedIn's online professional networking service is still doing a good job of pleasing investors. Wall Street gave LinkedIn its latest endorsement Thursday, driving the Mountain View, Calif., company's shares up 6 per cent after it released its second-quarter results. The performance burnished the impressive resume that LinkedIn has put together since going public two years ago. The company has delivered earnings and revenue above the analysts' projections that guide investors in all nine quarters as a publicly traded company.

LinkedIn buys news app Pulse to broaden content

LinkedIn said Thursday it bought news reading app-maker Pulse, boosting the content offerings of the career-focused social network.

LinkedIn buys news app Pulse to broaden content

LinkedIn said Thursday it bought news reading app-maker Pulse, boosting the content offerings of the career-focused social network. Pulse applications for Apple and Android powered smartphones or tablets were designed as a "fast, fun and beautiful way to read your favorite blogs, magazines and newspapers." The startup claims more than 20 million Pulse app users and said it is adding more than two million monthly.
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