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Quoted phrases, wildcards, and standard search operators like + (plus), - (minus), AND, OR, NOT, and parenthesis are all supported.
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Examples of other operators follow:
Price Cost Twitter Cash but Gave It Credibility
— Twitter's stock gained 73 percent in its first day of trading, adding more than $10 billion to the company's market capitalization. — If the company had sold its 70 million shares at $45.10, the price of the first trade, instead of at $26 …
Live Blog: Tracking Twitter's I.P.O.
— Twitter begins life as a public company on Thursday, and DealBook will be following the first day of trading as it happens. — The social media service, which began as a side project at a podcasting company in 2006, priced its shares at $26 on Wednesday night …
What a Big Investment Says About BlackBerry's Endgame
— BlackBerry's announcement that the company was ending its sale process and receiving a $1 billion investment is all about the company's endgame. — The obvious conclusion from the announcement was that Fairfax Financial Holdings …
Chegg Seeks to Raise Up to $172.5 Million in I.P.O.
— Chegg, a start-up focused on textbook rental and academic services, said on Thursday that it hoped to raise up to $172.5 million in its initial public offering. — In an updated prospectus, the company said it planned to price its stock sale at $9.50 to $11.50 a share.
Twitter said to price IPO on November 6
— Twitter Sets I.P.O. Price at $17 to $20 a Share — Twitter took the first steps in the pricing of its eagerly awaited initial public offering on Thursday, setting a price range for its shares that was below what some analysts had expected.
Meet Microsoft's first Artist in Residence — James George is an artist who is as at home amongst algorithms and software code as he is in galleries and behind a camera. For three months, the Idaho native relocated …
The Platform for Building Great Software — Since the formation of Pivotal as an independent company the Cloud Foundry open source ecosystem has progressed from a promising collection of early movers to the dominant pattern for enterprise PaaS.