Twitter debuted on Wall Street with a bang Thursday as shares in the fast-growing social network soared amid investor frenzy over the most-anticipated listing since Facebook.
As Twitter embarks upon an initial public offering that is projected to raise some $1.7 billion for the social media company, it walks past a veritable graveyard of dead IPO companies.
Samsung Electronics promised better shareholder returns, dismissed fears over smartphone market saturation and signalled a more aggressive acquisitions policy Wednesday at a rare analysts' briefing to boost its flagging stock ...
Here is a look at notable tech companies that have conducted initial public offerings over the past two years ahead of Twitter's IPO:
Activist investor Carl Icahn disclosed Thursday he has raised his stake in Apple, and urged an "immediate" buyback of shares to boost the stock price of the US tech giant.
Activist investor Carl Icahn has sent a letter to Apple CEO Tim Cook three weeks after demanding the iPhone maker take steps to boost its stock price.
Back when Microsoft was the biggest name in technology, CEO Bill Gates leveled an attack on the auto industry: If carmakers were as innovative as computer companies, he said, a car would cost just $27.
(Phys.org) —When a firm becomes the subject of a news story its stock price is usually affected. Whether positive or negative, newly publicized details about a company tend to attract investor attention and move the stock ...
Facebook Inc. has just one question for Wall Street: How do you like me now?
Apple has no intention of competing in the "junk" segment of the electronics market, chief executive Tim Cook says.