Twitter (TWTR) is seeking a maximum valuation of $10.9 billion in its Wall Street debut, more modest than the $15 billion that some analysts had expected for the social media phenomenon. Factbox. No reporter narration.
Keith: In case Trump and his supporters haven't realized it yet, no one person is going to "bring change" to either Washington or the country. Particularly when it comes to taxing and spending, the president is limited by the budget and the tax code both of which are written by Congress. He can veto those bills, in which case we run along under the old rules until we hit one of those about to run out of money milestones, like was going to happen at the end of this week. So blaming Hillary because not much changed when she was a Senator or the Secretary of State wrongly assumes she COULD HAVE changed much by herself.