WSJ | J.P. Morgan Fund in Talks to Take Twitter Stake


WSJ | J.P. Morgan Fund in Talks to Take Twitter Stake

WSJ | J.P. Morgan Fund in Talks to Take Twitter Stake


A fund run by J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. is in talks with Twitter Inc. to take a minority stake in the rapidly growing microblogging company, people familiar with the matter said.

The investment, which is expected to value Twitter at more than $4 billion, will be made from the bank’s new $1.2 billion digital growth fund, these people said. Exact terms of the potential deal couldn’t be learned.

Discussions between J.P. Morgan and Twitter are continuing, and there is no guarantee a deal will be struck, the people added.

J.P. Morgan also has purchased a significant amount of Twitter’s shares on exchanges for private-company stock, separate from its talks for a direct stake in the company, said a person familiar with the matter.

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3 Responses to “WSJ | J.P. Morgan Fund in Talks to Take Twitter Stake”

  1. gregory says:

    They want to buy it so they can censor anything with jp in the titles.

  2. dinsfla says:

    I’m sure also to get info from users. Same goes for Goldman going after Facebook…

    More than meets the eyes. IMO

  3. start boycotting Twitter before the sale…


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