10 ways Twitter's IPO isn't like Facebook's
They're both social media stocks, but that's about where the similarities end.
Twitter sold 70 million shares for $26 each in its IPO, and so far on Thursday things are looking very different than they did back in May 2012. The company operates in a highly competitive industry, however, and will still have to work hard to justify the valuation that investors have given it, but here are 10 ways Twitter’s IPO differed from Facebook’s IPO:
- Twitter Opens At $45.10, Stock Pops 73% In NYSE Debut
- Why Twitter Did Not Suffer Facebook's IPO Fate
- Raining On Twitter's IPO Parade: Here Come The Sell Ratings
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