A gathering between Attorney General Jeff Sessions and top state law enforcement officials took place on Tuesday to discuss the ways the government can protect the privacy of social media users.
President elect Donald J Trump took to Twitter last week to promise punitive actions for those companies who left the US. It’s hardly the sort…
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USA TODAY reports that regular joe schmoes of the investing world are getting screwed on the crashing value of recent IPOs. Privileged investors, who enter into the shares early, are contrarily winning big.
There have been 41 initial public offerings in the last year, with stocks such as Twitter, Noodles and Sprouts Farmers Market taking their businesses public. In each of these cases, privileged investors who bought shares at the so-called offering price are sitting on massive profits. Most individual investors, however, are suffering massive losses.
When I saw the headline that Twitter was sparking a new “catalyst for a new technology investment mania”, I spit my tea all over Apple laptop. Thanks Financial Times.
As Financial Times writes, because of Twitter, “a new era has officially begun.”
I think they’ve missed the point.
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“A new scientific truth does not triumph by convincing opponents and making them see the light, but rather because its opponents eventually die, and a new generation grows up that is familiar with it.” – Max Planck