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Twitter, Toronto mayor and mystery GPO woman: The week in numbers
Plus: how much will the average household spend on Christmas this year?
Back down to earth: Twitter shares fall after its sizzling Wall Street debut
“A bit like an IPO hangover” is how one analyst described it.
Patrick Stewart and a 9-year-old with a lemonade stand rang the Opening Bell instead of Twitter executives
Twitter know how to ‘do’ PR.
Poll: Would you like to buy Twitter shares?
What do you think of the move? Would you like to be a part of it?
NYSE 'test runs' Twitter IPO to avoid problems that plagued Facebook
Nasdaq was fined $10 million for trading delays and order failures when Facebook went public last year.
Twitter shuns Nasdaq to list on the New York Stock Exchange
The choice of the NYSE for its IPO comes as the company posts losses of $65 million for the last three months and total losses of $483 million in its brief history.
Twitter IPO boosts stock of bankrupt company Tweeter
In their excitement to get their hands on a piece of Twitter, investors bought over 11 million shares in a company that has been bankrupt for six years.
Here's how the stock market reacted to news of Alex Ferguson's retirement
Shares lost almost a dollar in value within a half-hour of the New York Stock Exchange opening this afternoon.
Stock exchange analyst predicts earthquakes for 'Mayan Apocalypse' day
Planetary alignments may well lead to major natural event, says famous markets and trends watcher.
Transatlantic flights impacted by superstorm
Passengers have been advised to check with their airline before travelling to the airport.
Google shares plunge as bad results are released prematurely
Shares fell more than 9 per cent in Google after it mistakenly filed its latest earnings too early.
United we float: Manchester United plays for dollars in US IPO
The club hopes to raise $100m by floating on the New York Stock Exchange.
Shares in Apple suspended after bizarre 'technical glitch'
A fringe trading network is blamed for a bizarre slide which saw the price of Apple shares fall 9 per cent for no reason.
Taoiseach's appearance with O'Brien on NYSE 'shouldn't have happened' - Martin
Micheál Martin said that all political parties had to “dramatically change our approach to how we fund politics” at a press conference today.
Ding ding! Enda Kenny set to ring opening bell on Wall Street today
The Taoiseach is in the middle of his trip to the US to promote Ireland. Tomorrow he will meet President Obama in the White House for a bilateral meeting.
What are the Occupy Wall Street protests in New York?
As demonstrations spread to Boston and San Fransciso, read’s guide to the Occupy Wall Street protests.
The Daily Fix: Sunday
Catch up on the day’s biggest news stories, as well as the bits and pieces you may have missed…
More than 80 arrested at 'Occupy Wall Street' protest
Pepper spray and netting have been used by police to coral protesters involved in the ‘Occupy Wall Street’ demonstrations in New York.
Delisted: AIB comes off the New York Stock Exchange
The move had been widely expected given the government owns nearly all of the bank.
Japan earthquake sends bulls and bears running as stocks plummet
Stocks plummeted on Wall Street today after a 7.1 quake stuck off the northern coast of the country.