Ahead of the Twitter IPO an Infographic
As the world’s #2 social network Twitter prepares to go public (Reports suggest a Nov. 15 debut), take a look at their latest data on finances, user growth, impact on social TV and more.
Twitter will list its shares on the New York Stock Exchange when it goes public later this fall, handing the Big Board a high-profile win over rival Nasdaq.
In an updated S-1 filing Tuesday, Twitter revealed that it will list its shares on the NYSE under its already-proposed ticker symbol of TWTR. The news is a blow to the Nasdaq, which misses out a high-profile tech offering, once almost exclusively its domain.
Twitter’s decision did not come as a major surprise, coming a year and a half after one of its closest competitors Facebook had a disastrous debut on the Nasdaq.
When the social network went public May 18, 2012, technological glitches delayed the opening of its shares for trade and left a bad taste in the mouth of the public and many on Wall Street.
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