Sabet, Galloway, Chachas Own Words on Twitter IPO

Oct. 4 (Bloomberg) -- Twitter Inc.'s initial public offering documents suggest a valuation of $12.8 billion for the microblogging service, underscoring the seven-year rise of a still unprofitable company that has helped revolutionize how people share information. This report compiles comments about the IPO filing from Spark Capital's Bijan Sabet, Firebrand Partners' Scott Galloway, International Data Corp.'s Crawford Del Prete, Bessemer Venture Partners' Jeremy Levine, Greylock Partners' Josh Elman, 5th Column Idea's Keith Leonard Woolcock, Methuselah Capital Advisors LP's John Chachas and Kauffman Foundation's Paul Kedrosky. (Source: Bloomberg)

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