Twitter Inc. (NYSE:TWTR)’s Valuable Work Culture And Investor Confidence
Twitter Inc. (NYSE:TWTR)’s micro-blogging site restricts users to tweet within 140 characters, but Twitter’s stock seems to be trading beyond limits. Yesterday the stock closed at $51.99, gaining 5.80% or $2.85 from its previous close. The stock opened at $48.90 and hit the fresh all-time high of $52.58 during the session. Moreover the stock traded with a significant volume of 25.79 million shares against its 30 day average volume of 14.95 million shares.
Twitter Inc. (NYSE:TWTR) is seemingly becoming the dearest darling of all; whether users, employees, marketers or investors. While users can easily follow their favorite celebrities, brands or news channel on Twitter’s micro-blogging site; marketers find the appeal to take more advantage of the site’s potential with novel marketing and advertising tools including the one we discuss yesterday – retargeted ads on mobile platform.
On the one side where the Twitter’s stock doubled the investment for those who invested in its initial offering; it has also earned handsome returns for those who might have invested during the launch day or even during the dips following the launch day.
Top Tech Places to Work
In a 2014 Glassdoor annual survey of employees, Twitter Inc. (NYSE:TWTR) was voted to be the best tech company to work with and even in the overall list it ranked No. 2, just below Bain & Company, Inc. which is one of the world’s leading management consulting firms. The survey listed 50 best companies to work, based on the reviews submitted to Glassdoor over the past year by more than 500,000 employees. Twitter Inc. appeared on this list for the first time beating its arch rival Facebook Inc. (NASDAQ:FB) which was leading this position for three consecutive years.
Facebook Inc. (NASDAQ:FB) ranked No. 3 among tech companies just behind Twitter Inc. (NYSE:TWTR) and LinkedIn Corp (NYSE:LNKD).