1. Microsoft to shut down LinkedIn in China as internet censorship increases in the country  CNBC
  2. Microsoft shutting down LinkedIn in China  BBC News
  3. Microsoft will shut down its localized version of LinkedIn for China  The Verge
  4. Microsoft Folds LinkedIn Social-Media Service in China  The Wall Street Journal
  5. LinkedIn closes down China site  Financial Times
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The company will offer a jobs-only site with no social-media elements, instead.The company will offer a jobs-only site with no social-media elements, instead.

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Microsoft is shutting down its localized version of LinkedIn for China, citing "greater compliance requirements." It will be replaced by InJobs, which doesn’t include a social feed or article sharing.Censorship requests have become more of an issue.

Microsoft will shut down its localized version of LinkedIn for China - The Verge

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The Chinese government and LinkedIn are having a challenging time coexisting. As such, Microsoft will stop its Chinese LinkedIn activities and give the country a new job board application devoid of social feeds or article sharing.The Chinese government and LinkedIn are having a challenging time coexisting. As such, Microsoft will stop its Chinese LinkedIn activities and give the country a new job board application devoid of social feeds or article sharing.

Microsoft kills LinkedIn in China after censorship complications | Windows Central

Microsoft (MSFT +1.5%) is shutting down the Chinese version of LinkedIn - effectively turning out the lights on American social media there as the last one outMicrosoft (MSFT +1.5%) is shutting down the Chinese version of LinkedIn - effectively turning out the lights on American social media there as the last one out

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American technology giant Microsoft announced today that it will pull its professional social network LinkedIn from the Chinese market later this year. Microsoft purchased LinkedIn for more than $26 billion back in 2016. The news comes amidst a flurry of regulatory changes in the Asian nation, as well as rising tensions between the company and […]American technology giant Microsoft announced today that it will pull its professional social network LinkedIn from the Chinese market later this year. Microsoft purchased LinkedIn for more than $26 billion back in 2016. The news comes amidst a flurry of regulatory changes in the Asian nation, as well as rising tensions between the company and […]

Microsoft to pull LinkedIn from Chinese market – TechCrunch

The company will launch a new jobs-focused app, without social feeds, in China later this year.The company will launch a new jobs-focused app, without social feeds, in China later this year.

Microsoft is shutting down LinkedIn in China - CNET

It will instead launch a new job boards app called "InJobs."It will instead launch a new job boards app called "InJobs."

LinkedIn to shut down app in China following censorship controversy - Axios