Twitter hopes to learn from Facebook's IPO mistakes

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Recent reports say that Twitter might release paperwork related to its IPO filing this week. The social network used a section of the JOBS Act to keep its paperwork private. The disclosure could shed light on new details about the company and how it hopes to do a better job with its IPO than Facebook did

CNET’s Molly Wood joins Marketplace Tech Host Ben Johnson to discuss. You can watch her latest episode of Always On here

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Molly Wood is a veteran technology broadcaster, podcaster, host and writer. As an executive editor at CNET, she was the creator, host and executive producer of "Always On with Molly Wood."

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