The Homey Touches in Twitter's New York Office

Thursday morning, Jack Dorsey more or less offered Mayor Bloomberg a job at Twitter's new New York City headquarters* on Madison Avenue. The two men flashed grins and the photographers flashed cameras. These kinds of headlines write themselves, and that's the point. Twitter employees have supposedly been working in New York for at least a year, hustling to build out the company's advertising business, while Mayor Bloomberg has been busking for the growing tech community. Twitter is the latest big company to invest in the city, which Dorsey says contains the most active community of tweeters in the world, and we're eager to see what happens as the company spreads their wings. In the meantime, we have a little bit of office envy.

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