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Chris Baggini of Turner Titan Fund, explains why he is waiting to put money to work in Twitter and investing in Facebook; and Dennis Berman, WSJ, discusses the role of the underwriters.
The hashtag's creator Chris Messina discusses excitement over Twitter's IPO and the competition around companies trying to aggregate hashtags.
CNBC's Dominic Chu reports Twitter's worth is larger than General Mills, and is twice the size of Ralph Lauren and three times the size of Tiffany's.
Dissecting Twitter's first day of trading, and what price should be attractive for investors, with Ken Sena, Evercore Internet analyst, and Eric Jackson, Ironfire Capital founder and managing partner.
Discussing Twitter's debut on the NYSE and whether it was fairly priced, with CNBC contributor Gary Kaminsky.
How public life might be different for Twitter than private life, with an early investor and former Twitter board member Bijan Sabet. "We all had very high expectations for this company," he says.
Digging into Twitter's first day of trading on the NYSE, with BuzzFeed president Jon Steinberg. "I think this company has a big future, but it's too expensive," he says.
Twitter opens on its first day of trading at $45.10, with CNBC's Bob Pisani. NYSE Euronext's Scott Cutler says this is a "textbook open."
Discussing Twitter's indicated valuation, and when investors should buy in, with Mark Mahaney of RBC Capital Markets. "You have to have a very long-term time horizon to make money buying Twitter in the mid-$40s," he says.
Dom Sagolla, Twitter's co-creator, shares his experience during the IPO process, and what lesson he would share with new users of the social media site.
Anticipating the first trade on Twitter, with actor Patrick Stewart. He discusses when he came to love Twitter, and whether he has an interest in buying in.
Twitter CEO Dick Costolo explains his strategy to bridge the gap between the "massive awareness of Twitter, and deep engagement on the platform."
Twitter debuts on the NYSE today. Its CEO Dick Costolo discusses how his company is thinking about its future growth for shareholders and new users, why it picked the NYSE and its investments around Twitter and TV.
Twitter users, including actor Patrick Stewart, ring Thursday's opening bell of the NYSE as the company prepares to go public, with the "Squawk on the Street" team.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer says "every single aspect" of Twitter's IPO has been "different from Facebook," as Twitter CEO Dick Costolo arrives at the NYSE.
Nov 7- Twitter Inc's initial public offering, which will start to trade on the New York Stock Exchange on Thursday, drew strong demand with investors asking for 30 times the number of shares that were on offer, according to two sources familiar with the deal.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports Twitter employees are arriving at the office about 3 hours earlier than usual on Thursday to be a part of the company's IPO.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer advises investors to be careful with Twitter.
Nov 7- Twitter Inc could face volatile trade in its debut Thursday on the New York Stock Exchange, analysts said, but they remained enthusiastic after the money-losing social media company priced its IPO above the expected range.
*Twitter shares to debut on NYSE. Qualcomm falls after results, outlook. *Investors will also brace for the market debut of Twitter Inc, which priced its initial public offering, above the expected range, at $26 per share to raise at least $1.8 billion, a sign of strong investor demand for the most highly anticipated U.S. public float since Facebook Inc..