Twitter snags new investment, backers
Twitter closed a new round of funding on Friday with five investors including mutual fund giant T. Rowe Price and private equity firm Insight Venture Partners, underscoring growing investor interest in the three-year-old Internet microblogging service. Read Full Article here.
AT&T looks to flip net rules debate on Google
AT&T Inc said any new net neutrality rules imposed by U.S. regulators need to apply to Web companies like Google Inc as much as to phone companies to ensure a level playing field. Read Full Article here.
RIM seen facing increased market-share pressure
BlackBerry maker Research In Motion could see its share of the smartphone market eroded by competing devices like Apple's iPhone, analysts warned on Friday as RIM's stock plunged more than 16 percent in the wake of a disappointing profit and outlook report. Read Full Article here.
Global IPOs surge in Q3, led by buyout deals
The global market for initial public offerings rebounded decisively in the third quarter, on the strength of large deals in Asia and a U.S. market that emerged from its doldrums. Read Full Article here.