Booting Up: The New York Stock Exchange Wins This Round

Twitter has chosen the New York Stock Exchange for its IPO. “This is a decisive win for the NYSE,” said the

Can @Jack get a souvenir jacket? (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)
Can @Jack get a souvenir jacket? (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

Twitter has chosen the New York Stock Exchange for its IPO. “This is a decisive win for the NYSE,” said the exchange’s head of global listings, rubbing NASDAQ’s face it in. [The Verge]

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Glenn Greenwald is bailing on the Guardian for a new media venture funded by (wait for it) Ebay founder Pierre Omidyar. [Reuters]

Let’s everybody have a sad trombone for Yahoo! earnings. [AllThingsD]

Got a debit card? Then you can now email your friends money, thanks to Square Cash. [The Verge]

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Booting Up: The New York Stock Exchange Wins This Round