Goldman Sachs and other underwriters on Twitter’s initial public offering will share about $59.2m for managing the sale after accepting one of the smallest fee rates for a U.S. IPO this year.
Twitter has a couple big names in the spotlight:
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'We've only just scratched the surface of everything that Twitter can become," chief executive Dick Costolo tells viewers in the roadshow video made to woo investors before the company's stock-market debut this week.