On Tuesday night, social media titan Twitter filed an amended S-1 with the SEC, further setting the stage for what looks like a hugely successful IPO on the New York Stock Exchange this November.
Let's get right to the important stuff. The big news is that Twitter's advertising revenue growth accelerated to 123% from 113% last quarter. That matters because the most obvious bear case would be slowing growth -- the same kind that cut Facebook off at the knees ahead of its ill-fated 2012 public offering.
Total revenues grew just a bit slower at 105% (which is still pretty darn impressive), due to a slowdown in demand for Twitter's data licensing services, which accounted for just 9% of revenues.