Latest: December 10, 2018 - Where is my Train acquired by Google ($40M)

Linkedin has acquired 20 organizations. Their most recent acquisition was Glint on October 8, 2018

Glint
Acquired by Linkedin

on October 8, 2018
Human Resources
Undisclosed

Heighten
Acquired by Linkedin

on June 2, 2017
Enterprise Software
Undisclosed

PointDrive
Acquired by Linkedin

on July 26, 2016
Presentations
Undisclosed

Run Hop
Acquired by Linkedin

on May 5, 2016
Business Intelligence
Undisclosed

Connectifier
Acquired by Linkedin

on February 4, 2016
Search Engine
Undisclosed

Fliptop
Acquired by Linkedin

on August 27, 2015
Enterprise Software
Undisclosed

Lynda.com
Acquired by Linkedin

on April 9, 2015
E-Learning
$1.5bn

Refresh.io
Acquired by Linkedin

on April 2, 2015
Software
Undisclosed

Careerify
Acquired by Linkedin

on March 16, 2015
Employment
Undisclosed

Bizo
Acquired by Linkedin

on July 22, 2014
Marketing
$175m

Newsle
Acquired by Linkedin

on July 14, 2014
Social Network
Undisclosed

Bright.com
Acquired by Linkedin

on February 6, 2014
Recruiting
$120m

Pulse
Acquired by Linkedin

on April 13, 2013
Reading Apps
$90m

SlideShare
Acquired by Linkedin

on May 3, 2012
File Sharing
$119m

Rapportive
Acquired by Linkedin

on February 7, 2012
Messaging
$15m

IndexTank
Acquired by Linkedin

on October 11, 2011
Search Engine
Undisclosed

Connected
Acquired by Linkedin

on October 5, 2011
Social Media
Undisclosed

CardMunch
Acquired by Linkedin

on January 26, 2011
Crowdsourcing
Undisclosed

ChoiceVendor
Acquired by Linkedin

on September 22, 2010
B2B
$4.9m

mSpoke
Acquired by Linkedin

on August 4, 2010
Digital Media
Undisclosed

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