By Yonatan Gordon
Since the preparation for the IPO began, this has been the question. If Twitter’s valuation is based on the number of users, then we need to figure out how many accounts are actively penned by real people? 313 more words
Today in technology: Microsoft Corp. seeks US$15 for every smartphone running Google Inc.’s Android platform made by Samsung Electronics Corp., Twitter prepares a new funding round valuing the microblogging service as high as US$7-billion and an Israeli firm launches a creative Google+ campaign. 442 more words
Are investors forgetting the lessons of the dot-com bust of the 1990s?It would seem to be the case.
Just like in the Clinton administration, companies with uncertain prospects are attracting insanely high valuations. 659 more words
There’s been a lot of commentary about the amount of money people are paying to get a slice of Facebook and the valuation that’s placing on the business. 255 more words