Topshop is likely to hit the Chinese retail market with a little help from Kate Moss. CNBC Meets’ Tania Bryer speaks to Topshop’s Philip Green about the retailer’s plans.
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For more on the Twitter IPO, tune in to CNBC starting with Worldwide Exchange at 5a ET, where CNBC’s Julia Boorstin will have an exclusive sit-down interview with Twitter CEO Dick Costolo.
This is where Twitter will go public tomorrow on the floor of the NYSE. The social media company has hired Barclays Capital as a “designated market maker,” a critical role when a stock first trades.
Is the “Selfies at Funerals” Tumblr the last nail in society’s coffin? CNBC’s Jane Wells, who admits she often over-shares on social media, offers her take:
I, like so many others, need to step away from the “send” and “share” buttons. But even I wouldn’t snap a self-portrait inside a funeral home with Grandma visible in her open casket behind me. Someone else did that.
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What the heck is a cashtag? If you’re thinking about investing in the #TwitterIPO later this week, it’s time to study up. Lucky for you, CNBC’s social media teamed joined forces with technology editor Cadie Thompson to put together this Twitter 101 video series.
Alan Greenspan stopped by the Squawk Box set this morning. The former Federal Reserve Chairman reflected on the 2008 financial crisis.
"If you’re looking at the distribution of outcomes, fear is hugely more important than euphoria and greed."