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Twitter Plays It Safe With Conservative Initial Public Offering

Twitter Plays It Safe With Conservative Initial Public Offering
Twitter has set a price range of $17 to $20 per share for its initial public offering and says it could raise as much as $1.6 billion in the process. The pricing is relatively conservative considering that Twitter is poised to pull off the year's hottest IPO.
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You Find Your Own Date, Though: Twitter, Comcast Agreement Allows Users to Access Movies, TV Shows

You Find Your Own Date, Though: Twitter, Comcast Agreement Allows Users to Access Movies, TV Shows
An agreement between Comcast and Twitter will allow access to movies and TV shows via the microblogging site. Comcast customers would even be able to press record on their DVRs from afar directly from the web.
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US Government Really, Really Wants Data from Twitter Users

US Government Really, Really Wants Data from Twitter Users
Twitter released its latest transparency report on Wednesday showing a rise in government requests for users' data. The social media site received 1,157 requests from governments for user data between January 1 and June 30, marking a 36 percent increase since the same period last year.
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Anthony Weiner's Running for Mayor but He's Already Down 10 Points

Anthony Weiner's Running for Mayor but He's Already Down 10 Points
Anthony Weiner is embarking on an audacious comeback quest, hoping to go from punch line pol whose tweeted crotch shot was emblazoned on the nation's consciousness to Mayor of America's biggest city, New York. The Democrat is jumping into a crowded field for September's primary.
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President Obama Slams Climate Deniers on Twitter

President Obama Slams Climate Deniers on Twitter
You don't see this every day. President Barack Obama used Twitter on Thursday to call out climate deniers in Congress who are blocking political action to address climate change.
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Twitter Idiots Blame Boston Bombing on North Korea, President Obama

Twitter Idiots Blame Boston Bombing on North Korea, President Obama
Two explosives went off at the Boston Marathon on Monday, April 15, 2013. There are reported casualties and many more reported injured. Information is still coming in and no one is sure who is behind the attacks. Domestic terrorists? Foreign terrorists? A lone, disturbed individual?
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Who Is Election Energy, and Why It Matters

Last week, we discussed Verified Twitter Accounts - specifically, that Minnesota Supreme Court Justice G. Barry Anderson had one. On Monday, we looked at Chief Justice Lorie Gildea's expenses on her Campaign Finance Reports ("CFB") for her campaign website - well, specifically, the lack thereof.
Today, we're going to look at website expenses for the campaign of Supreme Court Justice G. Barry Anderson - and several other prominent Republicans. We'll start with one such prominent Republican, the soon-to-be former GOP Senate Caucus Leader Dave Senjem.
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A Look At MN Chief Justice's Campaign Finance Reports

Last week, we discussed Verified Twitter Accounts - specifically, that Minnesota Supreme Court Justice G. Barry Anderson had one, and we were looking at his re-election Campaign Finance Reports. And we are; stay tuned for what's turned up! While doing so, we also took a look at two of the other candidates for re-election to the Supreme Court - Justice David Stras, who also had a Twitter Verified Account, and Chief Justice Lorie Gildea, who didn't. Something stuck out while going through Chief Justice Gildea's reports - by omission.
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