If you don’t start your day by retweeting, favoriting or following news on $TWTR, then you may want a quick refresher on the company.
Twitter sold 70 million shares at $26 each, valuing the company at $18.1 billion.
In a video report, David Gillen of The New York Times examined some the risks listed in the company’s filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
The sweet, innocent ideas and ruthless power plays that created Twitter are all covered in a new book by Nick Bilton, a New York Times columnist.
Twitter executives will ring the bell at 9:30 this morning to open the New York Stock Exchange, but it may take an hour before shares actually begin trading.