Twitter recently filed its S-1, a form that companies are required to file before their stock becomes public, describing the company’s advantages and divulging important corporate facts. A recent Washington Post blog analyzes what Twitter’s S-1 revealed. The blog notes, among other things, that the company is no longer controlled by the same founders and that it technically only has three clients, facts which could influence investors when the Twitter’s stock actually goes public.
Twitter: Five Things You Might Not Know About the Social Media Giant (Washington Post)
October 10, 2013 By Leave a Comment