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  • Workers to get $2 billion in back pay after government shutdown

    Workers to get $2 billion in back pay after government shutdown
    WASHINGTON -- Federal workers furloughed during last month's partial government shutdown will receive about $2 billion in back pay, the White House said Thursday. About 850,000 federal employees were furloughed for at least part of the 16-day shutdown,...
  • Twitter owes me $1. I'll take it now.

    Twitter owes me $1. I'll take it now.
    True confession: I sometimes (OK, fine, often) waste a lot of time on dumb stuff. ¬†Which probably explains my interest in Twitter. You undoubtedly heard that Twitter had its IPO (that’s initial public offering for non-business-school types)...
  • Twitter IPO fever, 'Star Wars VII' delay, 'Monuments Men' stock rises

    Twitter IPO fever, 'Star Wars VII' delay, 'Monuments Men' stock rises
    Big things really do come in small packages -- 140-character packages, to be exact. Making its debut on the New York Stock Exchange on Thursday, Twitter's stock rocketed above its initial public offering price in a frenzied day of trading that...
  • In San Francisco, Twitter's IPO stokes debate over wealth it created

    In San Francisco, Twitter's IPO stokes debate over wealth it created
    SAN FRANCISCO — Ray McClure was lucky enough not only to get hired as one of Twitter's first employees but to get some stock. When he left Twitter in 2007 after one year, McClure cashed out a bit at a time by selling his shares privately. He...
  • Airbnb looks to rally support as regulators scrutinize business

    Airbnb looks to rally support as regulators scrutinize business
    SAN FRANCISCO -- Facing growing regulatory challenges, Airbnb rolled out the red carpet on Tuesday morning, welcoming hundreds of Airbnb hosts and the media horde to a press conference at its splashy new San Francisco headquarters. It was a move...
  • Social media start-ups' value is enormous — if you trust investors

    Social media start-ups' value is enormous — if you trust investors
    SAN FRANCISCO — Snapchat is not even 3 years old. It's run by a couple of twentysomethings with no prior business experience. And it has never made a cent. Yet investors are fighting for the opportunity to throw hundreds of millions at the...
  • Sony to discuss movie studio budget cuts at Thursday meeting

    Sony to discuss movie studio budget cuts at Thursday meeting
    Sony Corp. will address the state of its embattled movie and television studio in a five-hour meeting for investors Thursday morning at the Sony Pictures Entertainment lot in Culver City. The company is expected to discuss planned budget cuts at the...
  • Fiat postpones Chrysler IPO until early next year

    Fiat postpones Chrysler IPO until early next year
    WASHINGTON -- Fiat on Monday said it would postpone an initial public offering of Chrysler Group stock until early 2014. The move ends an attempt to sell shares owned by a United Auto Workers trust by the end of this year to help resolve a dispute...
  • Twitter gets $1-billion credit line ahead of IPO

    Twitter gets $1-billion credit line ahead of IPO
    SAN FRANCISCO -- Wall Street is rolling out the red carpet for Twitter. The company has received a $1-billion credit line from some of the banks underwriting its initial public stock offering. Twitter set up the agreement with lenders earlier this...
  • Twitter taps NBC's Vivian Schiller as head of news partnerships

    Twitter taps NBC's Vivian Schiller as head of news partnerships
    SAN FRANCISCO -- Twitter’s relationship with the news industry is already -- shall we say -- a feather in its cap. Now it has hired Vivian Schiller to a newly created position as head of news partnerships. Schiller, a veteran of NPR and the New...
  • Twitter sets IPO price range at $17 to $20 a share

    Twitter sets IPO price range at $17 to $20 a share
    SAN FRANCISCO -- Twitter priced its hotly anticipated initial public offering at $17 a share to $20 a share on Thursday in a deal that could value the company at up to $11 billion. Twitter said it would sell 70 million shares. If those are sold, the...