The stock gained 4.7% to $100 in after-hours action on volume of nearly 450,000. LinkedIn made its market debut on May 19, pricing 7.8 million shares at $45 each.

Other stocks making notable moves in late trades included MIPS Technologies ( MIPS), which was down more than 25% after falling short of Wall Street's profit view for its fiscal fourth quarter and announcing the retirement of its Chief Financial Officer Maury Austin; First Solar ( FSLR), which slid more than 2% after missing the average analysts' earnings estimate for its second quarter by more than 20% and lowering its full-year outlook; and Sandridge Energy ( SD), which tumbled 6% after delivering a weak second quarter.

-- Written by Michael Baron in New York.
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