LinkedIn spent much of 2012 transforming itself into a place where workers could stay and play a while — a strategy that paid off handsomely. But the year ahead will be all about making the site the preferred destination for professional content, a transition that could make Wall Street’s darling even more bewitching.
The professional network today reported earnings that blew the Street’s socks off, so to speak. LinkedIn’s stock is trading up close to 10 percent on the after-hours market because the company floored everyone with fourth-quarter adjusted earnings per share of 35 cents, revenue of $303.6 million, and net income of $11.5 million.
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