New features aimed at the masses
The company has strayed too far from its roots as a group messaging app
Social network added the fewest monthly users since the fourth quarter of 2010
Fewer users signing up for social network
It’s debatable whether the $4 million spent to advertise during the Super Bowl is actually worth the money. This year, what with an awful, blowout of a game, it seemed like there were surely better, cleverer ways for brands to …
The most memorable “ad” from last year’s Super Bowl didn’t come in the form of a TV commercial. It was a quick-thinking Tweet from the folks at Oreo. Expect lots of copycats this year.
You’d never know that women make up half the population from peeking inside Silicon Valley’s boardrooms. Nor could you tell from sitting in on meetings with rank and file programmers. Men dominate in the technology industry, …
In its first day as a publicly traded company, Twitter blew past everyone’s expectations — including its own.
So you want to own a little piece of the social networking giant known as Twitter? Here’s a quick guide—and a few words of caution.
Twitter has officially become a publicly traded company.
The seven-year-old social network started offering shares on the New York Stock Exchange at 10:50 a.m. on Thursday, in the most anticipated tech IPO since Facebook’s in
California is still riding the benefits of Facebook’s IPO from nearly two years ago.
Twitter is all grown up. The social network that was once derided as the place to post what you had for lunch is going public today, offering 70 million shares at an initial $26 price. Somehow, among the glut of social networks