Stocks Surge In Early Trading After Hiring Climbs
â¿¿ LinkedIn, the professional networking social media site, sank 13 percent, losing $26.08, to $175.59. The company issued a revenue forecast for the rest of the year that was well below what financial analysts were expecting. LinkedIn went public in May 2011 at $45 a share.
AP Business Writers Matthew Craft and Christina Rexrode contributed to this story.
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