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Global investment manager offers to buy stock from early Twitter employees in a deal with a valuation that's a jump of more than 10 percent from the social network's most recent fund-raising in 2011.
Vivek Wadhwa, an expert on diversity, says the tech giant is taking the right steps in employing more women and minorities.
The longtime Apple board member, who also serves as chairman of Intuit, will be replaced by BlackRock founding partner Susan L. Wagner.
A diversity report from Apple shows its employee base is similar to Google, Facebook, and Twitter, with men comprising about 70 percent of their work forces.
The latest round of funding values the startup at $10 billion, according to The Wall Street Journal.
A report from Fortune today suggests that a block of early employee shares currently available for sale values the company at just under $10 billion.
Countries around the globe, unsettled by the troubles at Japan's earthquake-struck reactors, are taking stock of the best ways to meet their energy needs.