Twitter's Initial Public Offering (IPO) went off with a bang yesterday, with shares opening at the New York Stock Exchange at $45.10 and going past $50 before finally settling in the mid-$40s.
The IPO puts co-founder Jack Dorsey's net worth at as much as $1.2 million.
As Twitter revenue grows, so does their need for more data centers and more employees. This spring, Twitter opened a Tech Hub in Downtown Detroit at the Madison building. The new hub was one of several launched throughout the year, including locations in Washington, D.C., Cincinnati, Ohio, Austin, Texas, and Atlanta.
The company is currently valued at more than $31 billion. The IPO was the most anticipated since Facebook went public last year.
According to Ipsos, Twitter has 17 million active users globally, with the number increasing every day.
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