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Microsoft-owned LinkedIn is down for some users – CNBC

Recruiters, job seekers and salespeople weren’t able to use the Microsoft-owned business social network, and advertisers couldn’t show ads on it.

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The Microsoft-owned LinkedIn business social network ran into technical issues during U.S. business hours on Tuesday, leading people to post about their troubles accessing the LinkedIn website and app.
During the coronavirus pandemic, online services that enable communication, such as Microsoft Teams, Slack and Zoom, have experienced occasional outages. LinkedIn doesn’t play that role, but it does provide serve a key role for recruiters, jobseekers and salespeople, and marketers rely on it to display…

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