Twitter announced it's planning for it's initial public offering, but now the date of the company's IPO may have been revealed, November 15.
PrivCo found the date by combing through Twitter's S-1 form.
The form has lines companies usually leave blank, so no one will know the day of their IPO ahead of time.
In this case, one line showed that February 14 2014 is when non-executive employees can sell their stock. That day is usually 90 days after the IPO, thus where the November 15 date comes from.
So far Twitter had declined to comment on this report