LinkedIn reported earnings for its fiscal third quarter of 2014 on Thursday. Revenue and expectations surpassed Wall Street’s expectations — it reported $US568 million on $US0.52 EPS, versus predictions of $US557.49 million in revenue on $US0.47 EPS.
Based on company data charted for us by BI Intelligence, LinkedIn’s revenue continues to see steady growth in its three major lines of business — talent solutions, marketing solutions, and premium subscriptions — even though the company’s year-over-year growth has been pretty flat. But LinkedIn has also been investing much of its own money to boost membership on the network: It recently redesigned its user profiles and even launched a new app called Connected to make networking among contacts easier.
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