Jack Dorsey cedes his shareholder voting rights to Evan Williams — huh?
Report: Twitter Plans To Make IPO Filing Public This Week
Source tells site Quartz date could change because of possible disturbance like government shutdown
Ahead of Twitter Offering, Wall Street Warms to Social Stocks
Facebook’s successful push into mobile advertising is good news for Twitter, at least in the short term
Twitter Drawing Attention for ‘Secret IPO’
The social network is the most prominent company yet to use a controversial provision in the JOBS Act.
Want to Know About Twitter’s IPO? Look at Its Acquisitions
The social network’s buys in engineering, advertising and television-related firms preview its forthcoming roadshow for investors
Twitter’s Big Push to Monetize Social TV
The company is courting advertising dollars by trying to prove that tweets can drive television ratings and help brands target more engaged viewers
Angered By Zimmerman Verdict, Some Call for a Boycott of Florida Businesses
The acquittal of George Zimmerman in the 2012 killing of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin kicked off protests around the country, as well as calls for a boycott of Florida—where the trial took place, and where a controversial “Stand Your Ground” law still exists.
The Charles Ramsey-McDonald’s Episode: How a Viral Marketing Opportunity Can Backfire
The Charles Ramsey-McDonald’s episode is shaping up as an argument that brands should respond to viral marketing opportunities slowly, cautiously—and perhaps not at all.
What the Library of Congress Plans to Do With All Your Tweets
The Library of Congress is archiving every public tweet ever posted, and it’s now becoming clearer what research opportunities that data might present.
TurboTax Vs. H&R Block: Here’s the Other Class War Sparked by Taxes
Who knew tax preparation could get so controversial? As tax season kicks into gear, archrivals H&R Block and Intuit, maker of TurboTax software, are squabbling like reality show housewives.
Online Banking: More Site Outages and Cyberattacks Coming?
Increasingly, banks want people to use digital means of conducting their banking business. But when things go awry, huge infrastructures can grind to a standstill, and customers become collateral damage.
5 Top Trends for 2013 Super Bowl Commercials
The cost of advertising in the Super Bowl is rising, running an average of $4 million for a 30-second spot—up from $3.5 million last year and just $42,000 back in 1967. To justify the expense, advertisers aim to present fans with something more than just another entertaining but ultimately forgettable commercial.