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Twitter’s Data Business Proves Lucrative – Wall Street Journal



Business Recorder
Twitter's Data Business Proves Lucrative
Wall Street Journal
In its IPO filing Thursday, Twitter Inc. disclosed how much the microblogging platform earned from a lesser-known side business: $47.5 million came from selling off its data to a fast-growing group of companies that analyze the data for insights into news 
Memories of Facebook cloud Twitter's IPOReuters Canada
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Facebook has never been stronger since IPO, Sandberg says – Chicago Tribune



Indian Express
Facebook has never been stronger since IPO, Sandberg says
Chicago Tribune
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – A year after Facebook Inc's fumbled IPO, Wall Street remains slow to recognize what Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg argues has been an across-the-board improvement in its business. Facebook's ability to deliver ads to 
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Mark Zuckerberg Talks Facebook With SamsungForbes
Facebook to make mystery product announcementSan Jose Mercury News
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CDW files for IPO, expects to raise $738 million – Chicago Daily Herald


CDW files for IPO, expects to raise $738 million
Chicago Daily Herald
Vernon Hills-based CDW filed an initial public offering with the Securities and Trade Commission today, offering 29.7 million shares of stock which the company hopes will raise $738 million. CDW said in the filing the company will offer 23.4 million shares of 
In IPO, CDW to Fall Short of Boom-Era ValuationNew York Times (blog)
Private equity tests market with CDW IPOReuters
CDW expects to raise $738M in IPOChicago Tribune
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Empire State Building investors approve IPO plan – Reuters



Newsday
Empire State Building investors approve IPO plan
Reuters
By Ilaina Jonas. Wed May 29, 2013 2:52pm EDT. (Reuters) – Investors of the company that owns the Empire State Building have approved a plan to take the iconic tower public, clearing the last major hurdle to real estate mogul Peter Malkin's attempt to retain
Empire State Building Key to $4.2B IPOABC News
IPO for Empire State Building Wins Backing of ShareholdersNew York Times
Empire State Building REIT Has Votes Needed for IPO, Malkins SayBloomberg
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Sony to consider Loeb proposal of entertainment IPO – L.A. Biz



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Sony to consider Loeb proposal of entertainment IPO
L.A. Biz
Sony is now formally considering the proposal of hedge fund manager Daniel Loeb, who wants the company spin off part of its entertainment business. Gina Hall · Email | Twitter. Wall Street speaks and corporations act. Sony Corp. is now evaluating a spinoff
Sony Board to Discuss Third Point PlanWall Street Journal
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One year after IPO, Facebook employees give Mark Zuckerberg high marks – natmonitor.com



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One year after IPO, Facebook employees give Mark Zuckerberg high marks
natmonitor.com
Facebook's IPO was a complete debacle. The Associated Press notes that the social media network's IPO was predicted to be larger than some of the biggest companies' IPO in U.S. history, but by the end of the first day of public trading, Facebook's stock was
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The Facebook IPO, One Year LaterWall Street Journal
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Facebook IPO-Glassdoor – Danbury News Times



San Francisco Chronicle
Facebook IPO-Glassdoor
Danbury News Times
FILE – In this May 18, 2012, file photo, provided by Facebook, Facebook founder, Chairman and CEO Mark Zuckerberg, center, rings the opening bell of the Nasdaq stock market, from Facebook headquarters in Menlo Park, Calif. Amid the hype and excitement
One year after IPO, Facebook employees give CEO high marks, downgrade top San Francisco Chronicle (blog)
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Leaning Down: Facebook's Stock At Its IPO AnniversaryForbes
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Facebook, a year after IPO – Washington Post



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Facebook, a year after IPO
Washington Post
After a market debut marred by technical glitches and a deep dive in the company's stock price, Facebook has spent the past year focused on its biggest weaknesses: how to make money and keep its more than 1 billion users tethered to the social network.
The Most Important Thing Facebook Did This YearCNBC.com
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The Most Important Thing Facebook Did This Year – CNBC.com



CNBC.com
The Most Important Thing Facebook Did This Year
CNBC.com
The social networking giant may have had a rough patch after its IPO, but Facebook has quickly turned things around by cashing in on its users' obsession with mobile. (Read More: Forget Facebook: Stocks, and IPOs, Are Just Fine ). "One of the big
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A year after IPO, Facebook still down 30% (but the future is bright)VentureBeat
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Missed out on Facebook IPO and couldn’t be happier – CNNMoney



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Missed out on Facebook IPO and couldn't be happier
CNNMoney
facebook noninvestor. Barry Graubart originally planned to buy Facebook on the day of its IPO. He got shut out … and now considers himself lucky. NEW YORK (CNNMoney). When Facebook made its stock market debut last May, Barry Graubart was set to buy
Facebook IPO put investors through 7 stages of griefMarketWatch
Forget Facebook: Stocks, and IPOs, Are Just Fine – CNBC.comCNBC.com
Leaning Down: Facebook's Stock At Its IPO AnniversaryForbes
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