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— June 13, 2016 —

Microsoft Corp. (Nasdaq: MSFT) and LinkedIn Corporation (NYSE: LNKD) on Monday announced they have entered into a definitive agreement under which Microsoft will acquire LinkedIn for $196 per share in an all-cash transaction valued at $26.2 billion, inclusive of LinkedIn’s net cash. LinkedIn will retain its distinct brand, culture and independence. Jeff Weiner will remain CEO of LinkedIn, reporting to Satya Nadella, CEO of Microsoft. Reid Hoffman, chairman of the board, co-founder and controlling shareholder of LinkedIn, and Weiner both fully support this transaction. The transaction is expected to close this calendar year.

LinkedIn is the world’s largest and most valuable professional network and continues to build a strong and growing business. Over the past year, the company has launched a new version of its mobile app that has led to increased member engagement; enhanced the LinkedIn newsfeed to deliver better business insights; acquired a leading online learning platform called Lynda.com to enter a new market; and rolled out a new version of its Recruiter product to its enterprise customers. These innovations have resulted in increased membership, engagement and financial results, specifically:

19 percent growth year over year (YOY) to more than 433 million members worldwide
9 percent growth YOY to more than 105 million unique visiting members per month
49 percent growth YOY to 60 percent mobile usage
34 percent growth YOY to more than 45 billion quarterly member page views
101 percent growth YOY to more than 7 million active job listings
“The LinkedIn team has grown a fantastic business centered on connecting the world’s professionals,” Nadella said. “Together we can accelerate the growth of LinkedIn, as well as Microsoft Office 365 and Dynamics as we seek to empower every person and organization on the planet.”

“Just as we have changed the way the world connects to opportunity, this relationship with Microsoft, and the combination of their cloud and LinkedIn’s network, now gives us a chance to also change the way the world works,” Weiner said. “For the last 13 years, we’ve been uniquely positioned to connect professionals to make them more productive and successful, and I’m looking forward to leading our team through the next chapter of our story.”

The transaction has been unanimously approved by the Boards of Directors of both LinkedIn and Microsoft. The deal is expected to close this calendar year and is subject to approval by LinkedIn’s shareholders, the satisfaction of certain regulatory approvals and other customary closing conditions.

“Today is a re-founding moment for LinkedIn. I see incredible opportunity for our members and customers and look forward to supporting this new and combined business,” said Hoffman. “I fully support this transaction and the Board’s decision to pursue it, and will vote my shares in accordance with their recommendation on it.”

Microsoft will finance the transaction primarily through the issuance of new indebtedness. Upon closing, Microsoft expects LinkedIn’s financials to be reported as part of Microsoft’s Productivity and Business Processes segment. Microsoft expects the acquisition to have minimal dilution of ~1 percent to non-GAAP earnings per share for the remainder of fiscal year 2017 post-closing and for fiscal year 2018 based on the expected close date, and become accretive to Microsoft’s non-GAAP earnings per share in Microsoft’s fiscal year 2019 or less than two years post-closing. Non-GAAP includes stock-based compensation expense consistent with Microsoft’s reporting practice, and excludes expected impact of purchase accounting adjustments as well as integration and transaction-related expenses. In addition, Microsoft also reiterated its intention to complete its existing $40 billion share repurchase authorization by Dec. 31, 2016, the same timeframe as previously committed.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 52.604.759 von R-BgO am 13.06.16 15:52:09
Denkst du,
dass Xing auch auf deren Einkaufsliste steht?
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 52.605.968 von R-BgO am 13.06.16 18:15:04
Xing sprang um
fast 10% in die Höhe....
Welches Kusziel glauben hier die alte Hasen ?
...schätzen hier die alte Hasen?

Nasdaq nachbörslich:

120.000 Stücke in 20 min ab 22.00 Uhr = 23.000.000 $ :-)))
Finde es der Hammer welche Pakete noch jetzt über den Tisch gehen.... Zw 5.000 - 15.000
Pro Order - habe stolze 750 :-)))
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 48.448.818 von HelicopterBen am 29.11.14 01:36:12
Zitat von HelicopterBen: Shorten verbietet sich nach wie vor, wegen der immer noch gefährlichen Marktenge.
ich hoffe, keiner war hier short. Von Anfang an hatte ich im Gefühl, short bei LNKD wird Geldmord der Extraklasse. Ich wußte nur noch nicht, warum. Ich tippte auf einen satten Squeeze des marktengen Papiers. Es kam anders, Übernahme:D
MSFT übernimmt jetzt den Laden und er wird von der Börse verschwinden, zu 196 USD. So löst sich das also auf. Herzlichen GW allen Investierten, und Hut ab für euer Durchhaltevermögen!
Wahnsinn 50.000 Shares

09:06 $ 192.25 50,000

Wert 9.600.000 $ Kauf :-)))
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 52.604.759 von R-BgO am 13.06.16 15:52:09
Deal hat geclosed,
mein Erinnerungsstück wurde ausgebucht;


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