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LinkedIn's $1.5 billion purchase of Lynda.com could change the game for job training

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LinkedIn's $1.5 billion purchase of Lynda.com could change the game for job training

The world's largest professional social network bought an established purveyor of job training videos for $1.5 billion. Here's why the tech crowd should pay attention.

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