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The Big Tech IPO You Didn’t Hear About, Twitter Ads, Developing the Moon: Nov. 18


The Big Tech IPO You Didn’t Hear About, Twitter Ads, Developing the Moon: Nov. 18

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Zulily (ZU), a daily deals website aimed at moms, raised a quarter of a billion dollars in its initial public offering, and the tech press yawned. Dan Primack explains why. [Fortune]

Twitter (TWTR) is opening small business advertising to companies abroad, Sarah Needleman reports. [Wall Street Journal]

A warmer climate pits family ranchers against trout fishermen competing for the same water in Montana, but a handful are finding common ground, Christopher Joyce reports. [NPxR]

Watch: Billionaire hotel entrepreneur Robert Bigelow wants a system of private ownership for real estate on the moon. [CNBC]

John_tozzi
Tozzi is a reporter for Bloomberg Businessweek in New York.

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Companies Mentioned

  • ZU
    (zulily Inc)
    • $23.81 USD
    • 0.25
    • 1.05%
  • TWTR
    (Twitter Inc)
    • $37.61 USD
    • 0.04
    • 0.11%
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