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Topic - Jeff Weiner
LinkedIn Corp.'s employees and early backers plan to sell more than 6.7 million shares as they try to reap the gains from a rapid run-up in the online professional networking service's market value.
In its first quarterly update since its sizzling IPO, online professional networking service LinkedIn Corp. reassured investors who have been buying into the hype surrounding a promising crop of Internet companies.
"Government restrictions on content will be implemented only when and to the extent required," said CEO Jeff Weiner in a statement Tuesday. "LinkedIn will be transparent about how it conducts business in China and will use multiple avenues to notify members about our practices."
"The last few months mark the most significant period of product development in the company's history," said CEO Jeff Weiner in a statement. "This accelerated pace of innovation is fundamental to our goal of driving greater engagement on the LinkedIn platform."