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It sounds like people were universally surprised by the news this morning that Microsoft will be acquiring LinkedIn for $26.2 billion (yes, billion with a B) in cash and debt, with both boards unanimously approving the move. The deal should close by end of year. You can read Microsoft’s official announcement here, and a Redmond Channel Partner article here. Jumping in the way-back machine, I first wrote about LinkedIn back in February 2004, highlighting their then-50,000 paid members and recent…
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