Both the New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq have been courting Twitter to list the company's shares once it goes public. And it appears the social network has chosen a victor: the NYSE. The news comes via Twitter's updated S-1 filing on Tuesday.
While this doesn't make much of a difference to investors, it does deliver a blow to the Nasdaq, which is the home to most public tech companies, like Microsoft, Apple, Google, and Facebook.
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Twitter earlier this month announced its plans to go public and goal to raise $1 billion. Its IPO date could be as soon as November 15 and the social network will reportedly use the ticker symbol TWTR.
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