Twitter's HUGE day.
— Twitter (@twitter) November 7, 2013
The social media company's stock made a dramatic debut on the New York Stock Exchange.
While Twitter's stock was priced way above original expectations, at 26 dollars per share, it surged in its first day out of the gate.
It closed at $44.90, up nearly 73 percent. But, how did Twitter earned its wings?
CNN's Erin Burnett reports.
We are learning new details about the White House staffer who was busted for tweeting insider information and slinging vicious insults at his colleagues.
It turns out some of President Obama's top advisers set up a sting operation to catch the rogue tweeter.
Jofi Joseph was a staffer with the National Security Council when he was busted.
His tweets, which went on for two years, ranged from political attacks like:
"Come on Republicans. Don't disappoint me. This Hillary "concussion" is awfully convenient, eh, with Benghazi testimony next week, no?"
To just plain mean:
"Was Huma Abedin wearing beer goggles the night she met Anthony Weiner?"
David Nakamura is a reporter with the Washington Post. He broke the story today.
Today, Twitter revealed how much it's going to cost you to buy a share of their company.
Twitter's IPO is probably the most anticipated stock offering since Facebook went public about a year and a half ago.
In regulatory filings, Twitter revealed it was going to sell about 70 million shares at a price of 17 to 20 dollars each.
Brent Wilsey of Wilsey Asset Management is OutFront.
A white house staffer is out of a job and apologizing for slamming the administration through anonymous tweets.
For more than two years, national security staffer Jofi Joseph lead a double life... criticizing White House policies on Twitter... that he was helping to develop.
Chris Lawrence is OutFront with Joseph's snarky tweets and why it took the government so long to figure him out.
People are excited about President Obama's historic conversation with Iranian president Hassan Rouhani by phone.
It is a big milestone. Sure, it might have been better if it was face-to-face, yet it could have been a lot worse.
President Obama is a very web-savvy leader, routinely using social media to share his thoughts. And whether we like it or not, we're hurtling towards a time when these diplomatic interactions could occur online.
Skype, Email, Facebook, even Twitter. Well, maybe not Twitter. FULL POST
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