Feb 4- LinkedIn Corp forecast first-quarter profit and revenue below analysts' estimates as it faces headwinds in its online ads and recruitment services businesses in markets outside North America, sending its shares down 27 percent in extended trading. "While initial demand was solid, the product required more resources than anticipated to scale," Chief...» Read More
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