Twitter’s IPO means 1,600 new millionaires in Silicon Valley
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Nasdaq and the New York Stock Exchange reportedly competed fiercely to land Twitter’s business, which the NYSE ultimately won — in part because CEO Costolo was said to be avoiding the Facebook playbook.
But Bruce Aust, who heads new listings for Nasdaq, took things in stride Friday.
"Honestly," he said, "it’s just one deal."
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