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    Experts Say Leave Twitter IPO to Professionalsi
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    November 06, 2013 12:02 AM
    Another social media giant is going public. Twitter, the online micro-blogging service, launches its initial public offering (IPO) of stock on the New York Stock Exchange Thursday. Interest in owning a slice of the popular social networking site has been high - helping to boost share prices nearly 25 percent higher ahead of its launch. But should you buy into the hype? Mil Arcega spoke with experts and tells us what you need to know.

    Experts Say Leave Twitter IPO to Professionals

    Published November 05, 2013

    Another social media giant is going public. Twitter, the online micro-blogging service, launches its initial public offering (IPO) of stock on the New York Stock Exchange Thursday. Interest in owning a slice of the popular social networking site has been high - helping to boost share prices nearly 25 percent higher ahead of its launch. But should you buy into the hype? Mil Arcega spoke with experts and tells us what you need to know.


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