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Go Twitter IPO!
Posted on 7 Nov 2013 by David N. Feldman

Social media giant Twitter starts trading following its IPO today. One hopes the lessons of the Facebook IPO debacle are learned. In fact Facebook is now trading $14 above its IPO price, after a very disappointing start. Plus Twitter is choosing a day... Read More

Jonathan Marks Tweets and Why You Should Be On Twitter
Posted on 20 May 2011 by Thomas Fox

Yesterday my Fraud Examiner colleague Tracy Coenen posted a blog entitled, " Why I'm quitting Twitter (and you should too ) ". My blog today will set forth the reasons why the compliance practitioner should refrain from quitting Twitter... Read More

Corruption and Twitter
Posted on 14 Jun 2011 by Doug Cornelius

"If someone is being hit for a bribe, isn't the easiest thing just to put it on Twitter? It goes round the world in next to no time." Richard Alderman, head of the U.K.'s Serious Fraud Office, is apparently serious about Twitter... Read More

AP Reporter Accused of Libel by Tweet
Posted on 31 Mar 2011 by Lee Berlik

Did an Associated Press reporter commit a foul against an NBA referee earlier this year by defaming him on Twitter during a league game? On March 14, 2011, National Basketball Association official Bill Spooner filed a federal defamation case against... Read More

AP Hack Demonstrates the Power of 140 Characters #Twitter
Posted on 29 Apr 2013 by Sands Anderson PC

by Donna Ray Berkelhammer Many small and medium business owners are overwhelmed by the social media choices available to them, and unsure of which might best fit their target clients and markets. Twitter , being a relative new kid on the block,... Read More