LinkedIn’s stock more than doubled in its stock market debut Thursday, rising from the $45 offering price to a high of $122 before closing the day at $94.25. It starts its second day of trading as a public company with a market value of $8.9 billion — making it bigger than Clearwire, RealNetworks, Concur Technologies and InfoSpace, combined.

But how did LinkedIn get to this point? An interesting infographic, created by Muhammad Saleem, who runs The Credit Score Blog, tells the story of the social networking powerhouse via images, charts and graphics.

You can check it out below:

 

Comments

  • Guest

    Seems like the bankers didn’t do very well on the placement and mispriced the IPO pretty badly, leaving a lot of money on the table for LinkedIn.
     

  • Anonymous

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  • Anonymous

    Wow that loks like it might just actually work. Wow.

    http://www.privacy-online.us.tc

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