A new survey by Pew Research found that nearly 1 in 10 US adults get news on Twitter, and those users tend to be younger than average and better educated.
Just days before its much-anticipated IPO, the microblogging site reveals an intellectual property dispute with Big Blue.
The social media company holds no patent on its technology and doesn't produce a thing. Without users and content, it's worthless.
The social networking site publicly released its S-1 filing, and in the process offered an interesting peek into the company's internals ahead of the year's most eagerly anticipated stock sale.
Companies may still be able to file documents with the SEC, but the agency will not approve or deny them for the time being.
Can the microblogging service IPO be done so everybody wins?
Details are sketchy because SEC rules allow a company with less than $1 billion a year in revenue to delay disclosing information. But Wall Street thinks the company may be worth $10 billion.
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