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Twitter's Q3 user numbers reveals slowing growth. CNBC's Julia Boorstin breaks down the results.
CNBC's Kayla Tausche reports social media giant Twitter will debut its IPO on November 15th at the NYSE and is expected to raise $1 billion.
Anthony Fry, senior advisor at Espirito Santo, discusses Twitter's upcoming IPO.
CNBC's Kayla Tausche reports Twitter will be spending October 30th in New York City, among other cities in October and November. The Twitter IPO is slated for November 15th.
CNBC's Dominic Chu reports that the NYSE is grateful for Twitter's decision to list its IPO on the index.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin says she thinks Facebook's IPO troubles did play a role in Twitter's decision to list on the NYSE.
CNBC's Melissa Lee reports Twitter has chosen the NYSE to list its IPO. The "Fast Money" traders discuss whether this is a "trophy listing."
The government shutdown hasn't just furloughed the Statue of Liberty and Yogi Bear, but made corporate CFOs want to head for home.
Ad agency executives say Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer has worked hard to show advertisers she cares, but analysts say the money will not come soon.
Perhaps the only people who have managed to find a silver lining in the ongoing U.S. government shutdown are Chinese intellectuals. The GP reports.
As the market drools over the IPO valuation of Twitter, that's going to be peanuts compared with the value of all of the data that Twitter captures.
Twitter queen Lady Gaga has made an art of data mining through social media. In the process she's revolutionized the music industry.
"At $20 billion, an awful lot has to go right," NYU finance professor Aswath Damodaran says.
Aswath Damodaran, professor at NYU Stern, says "IPO is a pricing game" and explains how he came to put a value on the social media company.
Twitter CEO Dick Costolo and University Professor Vivek Wadhwa engaged in a war of words over Twitters all-male board. CNBC's Julia Boorstin has the details.
As Twitter prepares to go public, the social media company is getting heat over a lack of women on its board, reports CNBC's Josh Lipton. Reshma Saujani, Girls Who Code founder, shares her opinions.
Bob Peck, SunTrust, explains why he put a $50 price target on Twitter.
The new ratings will measure the number of people tweeting about television programs, and the number of people who actually view those tweets.
Chris Baggini, Turner Titan Fund, discusses the importance of the new way to measure television viewing.
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