The LinkedIn professional networking service is getting a new CEO.\r\nJeff Weiner will become executive chairman after 11 years as CEO of the Microsoft-owned business. Ryan Roslansky, senior vice president of product, will become CEO as of June 1.\r\nWeiner said the timing felt right personally and professionally, with a ready successor. He said he sees his new role as similar to how LinkedIn founder Reid Hoffman helped him.\r\n\u201cHe was there to help ensure that I was going to be successful,\u201d Weiner said in a video posted by LinkedIn. \u201cSo I\u2019d like to replicate this process.\u201d\r\nWeiner said he would still be available to represent the company and help with product or strategy reviews.\r\nRoslansky said LinkedIn\u2019s priority of serving the world\u2019s professionals isn\u2019t going to change.\r\nLinkedIn is a social network for workers and job seekers. Recruiters use it to find new hires. It has about 645 million members, compared with 33 million when Weiner joined LinkedIn as CEO in 2008.\r\nMicrosoft bought the company for $26 billion in 2016. LinkedIn made up almost 6 percent of Microsoft revenue over the past six months.\r\nRoslansky has been at LinkedIn for more than 10 years. He will report to Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella and join Microsoft\u2019s senior leadership team.