Will Twitter Employees Sell En Masse When the Lock-Up Period Ends?
Shares of Twitter were on the move today, after a handful of the company's C-level executives announced they would not be selling their shares of the company when the lock-up period on employee shares expires on May 5. Goodrich Petroleum saw shares skyrocket 30% today, after the company announced that it had completed its well in Baton Rouge under budget, and that the well was producing a strong flow rate that was 98% oil. Shares of F5 Networks saw a boost to shares today, after receiving an upgrade from a Stifel Nicolaus analyst. And Chinese solar cell producer JA Solar is up today, after the company raised its shipment estimates for the first quarter.
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