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Twitter's IPO doesn't portend a rising tide to lift all Web stocks, says RBC Capital Markets Managing Director Mark Mahaney.
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In the wake of JPM's failed Tweets regarding investor Jimmy Lee, CNBC's Jon Fortt and American Greed's Stacy Keach discuss the risks of advertising on Twitter.
There was Facebook; there was Twitter. But some see a shift from social to enterprise-centric companies as candidates for the next big thing.
CNBC's Kayla Tausche reports on JPMorgan's failed attempt at a Twitter Q&A.
After numerous critical Tweets, JPMorgan cancels their planned Q&A session with investment banker Jimmy Lee. The "Squawk on the Street" team discusses the fiasco.
The Internet divides students as much as the cafeteria table, and it’s not just the classic schoolyard bullies who are becoming online menaces.
Are you a Twitter fan interested in buying Twitter stock? Read this.
Despite all the market milestones, Cramer believes the path of least resistance remains higher.
The new boss of the New York Stock Exchange talks about the future of the trading floor.
On November 7, Twitter became $TWTR, and users of the World Wide Web had a lot to say.
Though pricing Twitter is difficult, it certainly isn't worth what it's trading at, said Aswath Damodaran, a finance professor at NYU's Stern School.
CNBC's Hank Greenberg, and Art Hogan, Lazard Capital Markets, discuss if a market pull back is upon us and the concern with the Federal Reserve being behind this market.
CNBC's Hank Greenberg and Jon Fortt discuss engagement on Twitter and how the advancement of video could prove the "naysayers" wrong.
"There can be no way that you can tell me from a valuation perspective that it's worth what it's trading for," NYU's Aswath Damodaran says.
Aswath Damodaran of NYU's Stern School of Business and Victor Anthony of Topeka Capital discuss the company's valuation, with Damodaran saying in "no way" is it worth what it's trading for.
The "Fast Money" traders discuss the valuation of Twitter, and whether it's overvalued. Steve Weiss says there is no fundamental basis for Twitters valuation.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
If you want to bet against Twitter, this is probably how you should do it.