Twitter, the San Francisco company that has people communicating in 140 characters, made its public debut this week. The tech company on Nov. 6 raised its IPO share price to $26, increasing the pot for its shareholders. Who might benefit from the IPO? Click through to see some of the company’s major shareholders.
Jack DorseyJack Dorsey, a.k.a. the man who sent the world's first tweet, is one of Twitter's co-founders and is the chairman of the tech company. Dorsey, 36, owns 23.5 million Twitter shares. After the IPO, Dorsey will own about 4.3 percent of the company. Dorsey also co-founded Square, a mobile-payment-processing company.David Paul Morris/Bloomberg News