Remember the Twitter co-founder who came on the Stern show?

Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by Jon Hein is God, Oct 4, 2013.

  1. Jon Hein is God

    Jon Hein is God New Member

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  2. Uncle Larry

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    Twitter is copying the 15 Foundation, which tried to remove most mentions of Brendan after he dumped Robin.

    I don't think it's unusual that he wasn't mentioned in the SEC filing, as he's no longer an executive officer or director of the company and isn't a significant stockholder anymore.
     
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    Who cares he is likely a millionaire many times over by now at this point.

    If he sold on the second market he likely got a high price anyways for his shares as they command a premium for people wanting access to the stock before the IPO.
     
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    Biz Stone --- he still has a <5% stake but not big enough to require an SEC filing. I recall from the interview Howard grilled him on him and "the other guy" taking turns being CEO which was definitely odd. He definitely sold out early but you'll read in the reports that another guy who sold a 10% stake got 340 mil for it. He is def not in the poor house with a (guessing) 3-4% stake PLUS what he already sold. Good for him.