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Bloomberg "found that Twitter is biased to the positive, but that can make negative tweets more important"
Heidi N. Moore:
RT @kevindepew: Bloomberg now has sentiment analysis tools to tell traders about spikes in positive or negative chatter on Twitter. http://…
4 out of 5 Americans don't use Twitter
Twitter just needs to convince people they never need to tweet
RT @felixsalmon: Twitter needs millions more lurkers: http://t.co/J1sZqxVlEH by @herbgreenberg
Twitterâ€™s first earnings report in charts: more money from less-engaged users
Twitter's full earnings release
Sorry Twitter, one female board number isn't enough
Tech companies should put women on boards for many reasons—like making more money. @vauhinivara http://t.co/1f84VbJMpX
Twitter leaves more than $1 billion on the table in its IPO
I'm with @danprimack on this one. If you're raising $2B, then it behooves you to price correctly. http://t.co/rer4t5efei
"Don't invest in individual stocks. Especially don't invest in tech IPOs"Â
John J. Edwards III:
Loving this Twitter-in-political-coverage analysis linked in @fmanjoo's smart $TWTR column. http://t.co/T5Oked0vr5 http://t.co/65FtGDCyLn
The hidden technology that makes Twitter huge
The Hidden Technology That Makes Twitter Huge - http://t.co/An6oZjPZcC - Bloomberg Businessweek
In today's tech IPOs, "there is no relationship between profitability and the startup's enterprise value"Â
Morningstar on Twitters' narrow -- but widening -- economic moat
The Economist's fair value for Twitter: approximately $18 per share
9 hrs ago
He gets by "through various freelance gigs and his wifeâ€™s income as a barista. This is typical of many Portlanders"
9 hrs ago
If you are going to be an academic, be an economist
9 hrs ago
One way to get incomes growing again is to pay women more
10 hrs ago
What's the world's next poor, cool city?
11 hrs ago
Stanford to offer a class on this weird thing called "startups"
"It's actually people with the least money who get the least sleep"
2013 data: Yep, we've still got a gender wage gap
California's public-employee pension fund is divesting from hedge funds
How the rich and the poor spend money
"Why frustrated second sons and medieval Anglo-Scottish border violence (partly) explain US healthcare costs"
McKinseyâ€™s airy platitudes bode ill for its next half-century
Why the gender gap will eventually close
"If Marriott wants its housekeepers to earn more, it should pay them more"
Important Wine News
There is no great stagnation
Strange Bloomberg Headlines
"Is Everybody Single?"
Uber But For...
"Clients donâ€™t have to interact with the cleaner if they donâ€™t want to, which makes it feel as though theyâ€™re ordering a product, not human labor."
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