As reported in today’s New York Times, the social network of 140 characters, Twitter, is planning to go public in 2014.
The technology company would have taken the decision to delay its debut on the floor after the failure of Facebook. The social network of Mark Zuckerberg, who has already reached 1000 million users, went public last May and has since fallen more than 45%.
According to the American newspaper, the social network run by Dick Costolo, Twitter is clearly not currently follow in the footsteps of Facebook and other technology that are plummeting stock market. Good example is Zynga. The company debuted in December 2011 with high expectations, but the titles of the produced video games are dropping six consecutive months and are now worth four times less than in his debut.
The picture does not show very flattering to encourage Twitter. In fact, just two weeks ago, its chief executive, Dick Costolo said the entry into MLS is “a decision that we take when we feel it is the right time” and “we hope to remain a successful company and independent” .