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Twitter Sues Indian Government — What the Lawsuit Is All About
Everything That Has Happened in the Elon Musk Twitter Takeover Saga So Far
Twitter Is “Committed” to Elon Musk Deal, Analysts Expect the Deal to Change
Study Shows Half of Biden’s Twitter Followers Could Be Fake
Is Elon Musk Pulling Out of Twitter Deal or Is It an Attempt to Lower the Deal Price?
Will Elon Musk Fire Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal? Rumors Are Swirling
19 Investors Agreed to Put Up $7 Billion to Back Musk’s Twitter Deal
Twitter Co-Founder Biz Stone Weighs In on Elon Musk News
Can Elon Musk Fire Twitter's Board—and Will He?
This Is What Twitter Says Elon Musk Should Buy Next
Free Speech, Eradicated Bots, and Open Algorithms — Elon Musk's Twitter Plans
Twitter's User Base Will Likely Shift Amid Musk's Acquisition
Twitter Employees, POC Worry About Racism With Elon Musk at the Helm
Twitter Makes Most of Its Money From Advertisements — Here's How
Jack Dorsey Regrets Making Twitter a For-Profit Company — Could It Become a Nonprofit?
What Happens to Twitter Stock After Musk Takes in Private?
Elon Musk Will Acquire Twitter for $44 B–Should You Buy Twitter Stock Before the Deal Closes?
A Look at the Companies Elon Musk Owns — and Those That Slipped Away
Elon Musk May Start a New Social Media Platform in Lieu of Twitter Takeover
Twitter Board Votes to Kill Elon Musk's Offer With a Poison Pill — What That Means
Elon Musk's Twitter Plans: Private Company, Subscriptions, and Free Speech
Should Investors Buy Twitter (TWTR) Stock Amid Elon Musk Drama?
Elon Musk Walks Back Plans to Join Twitter Board — Why He Bailed
Twitter Users Have Begged for an 'Edit' Function for Years — And They May Soon Get Their Wish
A Fake Vladimir Putin Twitter Account Fooled Politicians and News Outlets
How Many Indian CEOs Are There in the U.S.? 45 Counting Twitter's CEO
New Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal Is Ready to “Reshape the Future of Public Conversation”
Parag Agrawal Will Replace Jack Dorsey as Twitter’s CEO
Twitter Offers Bitcoin Tipping in Move Towards Holistic Crypto Offerings
How to Send and Receive Bitcoin on Twitter With New 'Tip Jar' Feature
Jack Dorsey and Elon Musk Have Been Friendly for Years
When Will Twitter Blue Be Available in the U.S.?
Elon Musk Impersonators Steal Millions in Crypto Scams
Why Oracle’s Marketing Cloud is integral to its growth
Oracle’s Marketing Cloud allows customers to run marketing campaigns and manage data related to those campaigns on web, social, mobile, and email.
Twitter's Stock Forecast Is Bright Amid Clubhouse Takeover Talks
Twitter Stock Sees Sell-Off After Trump Ban, Faces Political Risks
Why Is Twitter Investing in Original Shows and Programming?
Last month, Twitter (TWTR) announced it would partner with 30 companies to bring original shows to its platform.
Google Cloud Receives a Boost from Twitter
Google’s closely watched cloud computing business recently got a boost from Twitter, which signed up for some cloud storage and computing needs.
Here’s What Impacted Snap Shares Last Month
The stock for social media company Snap (SNAP) fell 16.0% last month to close at $17.77. It’s now trading just above its IPO price of $17.
Why Twitter Stock Rose 7.3% on March 14
Social media giant Twitter (TWTR) saw its stock price surge 7.3% on March 14, 2018.
Inside Analysts’ Recommendations for Twitter
While Twitter (TWTR) recently posted better-than-expected earnings and revenue on April 25, concerns over its future revenue growth have pulled down the company’s stock by 2.1%.
Why Twitter Closed Its TV Apps
Twitter (TWTR) announced it will be closing its TV apps on streaming devices Roku (ROKU), Xbox, and Android TV as of May 24.
Music-Label Deals Could Also Help Facebook’s Video Ambitions
Facebook has been concentrating its efforts on video for a long time now. It has ambitions of becoming the number one player in the video ad market.
Potential Dangers: Twitter and Fake News
Twitter (TWTR) is considering rolling out a feature that could empower its users to report misleading or deceitful news stories, according to a Washington Post report.
Could Alibaba Hit a New Peak?
Alibaba (BABA) has returned -2.02% in the last month, 20.2% in the last 12 months, and 5.9% in the last five days.
Twitter Ending Support for Its Apple Computers App
Twitter (TWTR) announced in mid-February that it would be dismantling its app for Apple desktop computers.
Why Investors Are Watching Twitter’s Audience
Monthly active users Investors are on high alert as Twitter’s (TWTR) 3Q17 release approaches. Last quarter, Twitter failed to grow its audience base meaningfully, and going by how the market reacted to the report, investors were not impressed. Twitter went into 2Q17 with 328 million MAUs (monthly active users), and it came out of the quarter […]
A Look at Twitter’s Stock Analysis
Twitter reported earnings per share of -$0.70 in 2017, while its EPS for 2018 is forecast to be $0.40.
How Facebook Plans to Address Content Disputes
Facebook (FB) has once again reiterated its ambitions to become the leading content supplier in the social media space.
Has Europe’s GDPR Law Affected Google’s Ad Business?
The European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (or GDPR) came into force on May 25.
Why User Revolt over Snapchat’s Redesign May Not Be a Negative
Snapchat recently rolled out the biggest update to its app in more than three years. However, the update is facing a massive revolt by many users.
Why Yahoo’s revenue continues to decline
The mobile advertising market is expected to grow at a faster rate than the overall digital advertising market.
Twitter Works to Ban Abusive Speech
Twitter (TWTR) is gearing up to tighten rules to foster healthier conversations on its platform and curb toxic speech.
Why a Google Exec Interviewed Ex-Terrorists
Google, Facebook (FB), Twitter (TWTR), and Snap (SNAP) might be losing sleep because authorities are pointing fingers at them for allowing their platforms to breed extremist ideologies.
Why Facebook stopped using Bing for its web search results
The company has now stopped including results from Microsoft’s Bing search engine through the Facebook search.
Chart in Focus: Alphabet’s Returns and Stock Trends
On May 12, 2017, Alphabet (GOOGL) generated investor returns of 30.1% on a trailing 12-month basis.
JAT Capital ups its position in Yahoo
Yahoo! Inc. is a global technology company that provides a variety of products and services. Recently, Yahoo shares climbed higher on third-quarter earnings and revenue that beat analyst estimates.
Becoming Profitable Is High on Snap’s Agenda
Snap, which went public in March 2017, looks focused on accelerating its path to profitability.
The Sound of Crickets at Twitter: Why It’s Lost Momentum
Twitter’s momentum fades suddenly While Twitter (TWTR) appeared to be pulling up its socks earlier this year when it reported an increase in its number of regular subscribers, a closely watched metric for social media companies such as Twitter, Facebook (FB) and Snap (SNAP), it has not behaved well for investors recently. Twitter added 9.0 […]
How Much Revenue Is Facebook Earning from Advertising?
Facebook’s advertising business posted second-quarter revenues of $13.0 billion, which grew 42.0% year-over-year.
A Look at a Technical Analysis of Amazon
On May 22, 2017, 2.6 million shares of Amazon (AMZN) exchanged hands, and the stock rose 1.1% to close at ~$970.7.
Analyzing Twitter’s Latest Stock Performance
Twitter’s EV-to-adjusted EBITDA (enterprise value to adjusted earnings before interested, tax, depreciation, and amortization) for the trailing 12 months is 68.1x.
Facebook’s Efforts to Appease Media Companies
Facebook (FB) is building a paywall tool that would allow publishers to charge for access to stories they publish on Instant Articles, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Analyzing Alibaba’s Fundamentals
On December 19, Alibaba (BABA) stock opened at $140.75 and closed at $137.14, posting an average volume of 27.24 million.
How Can Twitter Benefit with Encrypted Messages Feature?
After years of rumors of enabling an encrypted messaging feature, Twitter (TWTR) is finally testing a feature that will allow users to send end-to-end encrypted messages to other users.
Why Facebook Is Expected to Report Strong 2Q16 Earnings
Facebook (FB) is set to report its 2Q16 earnings on Wednesday, July 27. Here’s what analysts expect from the company.
Why Facebook expects revenue growth to slow in 4Q14
The technology sector in general is facing headwinds because the U.S. dollar is strengthening. Facebook earned about 54% of its revenues from international markets in the last quarter. As a result, a strengthening U.S. dollar impacts its revenues and margins.
Twitter Continues to Build On Its Strengths
Twitter (TWTR) used this year’s NewFronts event to unveil over a dozen new video partnerships as it works to expand its video advertising business, which has become an important source of revenue.
Why Facebook Has Been in Talks with Banks Lately
According to Reuters, Facebook (FB) is currently in discussions with banks about improving customer service through its apps.
Twitter’s Data Business Continues to Roar
In the wake of the Facebook (FB) privacy scandals earlier this year, Twitter (TWTR) had a bit of explaining to do.
Where Snap Won and Lost to the Competition in 4Q17
Snap (SNAP), the parent of photo-sharing app Snapchat, reported a significant improvement in revenue for 4Q17.
How Google’s Customer Match Product Benefits Advertisers
Late in 2015, Google launched its Customer Match product, which allows advertisers to provide Google with a list of customer email addresses. Google matches these customers with signed-in customers on Google Search, YouTube, or Gmail.
Is Facebook the Reason Snapchat Is Running to Hardware?
If hardware products appeal to social media users, then Snap as well as Facebook will both enter the business. It won’t be an easy road for Snap.
How Analysts Are Viewing Yelp
Of the 35 analysts covering Yelp (YELP), 13 have given it a “buy” recommendation, and four have recommended a “sell.”
Where Does Redkix Fit with Facebook?
Facebook (FB) recently acquired Redkix, a team collaboration tools provider. Estimates are that it paid ~$100 million for the startup.
Can Twitter Succeed in the Local Advertising Market?
As small- and medium-sized enterprises go online to bolster their customer exposure, the local advertising market is heating up with competition, and Twitter (TWTR) is one of the providers stoking the fire.
A Look at Alibaba’s Technicals
Alibaba’s 14-day RSI (relative strength index) was 75 compared to 87, 67, 84, and 96 for peers Twitter, Amazon, Facebook, and Alphabet, respectively.
Silver Lining for Baidu in China’s Economic Gloom
China has been struggling with an economic slowdown recently in the midst of trade frictions with the United States.
Why Japan Is Important to Twitter
Japan is Twitter’s (TWTR) second-largest market after the United States.
How Much Does Twitter Rely on Advertising?
In 3Q17, Twitter generated advertising revenues of $503.0 million. In that quarter, the company generated total revenues of $590.0 million.
Why Investors Are Pleased with PayPal
PayPal (PYPL) has done very well since splitting from its parent, eBay (EBAY), two years ago.
Twitter’s 2018 Spending Plan: What You Should Know
While in 2017, Twitter was focused on driving profit margin improvements, in 2018, driving growth is going to take the center stage.
Facebook’s Audience Network helps expand its mobile reach
Audience Network benefits not just Facebook, but developers too. By helping developers manage ad inventories, apps can be more readily monetized.
Twitter’s Project Lightning Could Be Called ‘Moments’
Twitter’s Project Lightning will let users view a collection of tweets with images and videos of a specific event without following individual accounts that have tweeted on the event.
Twitter’s Jack Dorsey Bans Political Ads, Stock Falls
Twitter (TWTR) has banned paid political ads on its platform globally, effective November 22. CEO Jack Dorsey tweeted the announcement yesterday.
Facebook’s Q4 2014 earnings: Expect revenue growth and more
Facebook (FB) is expected to announce its Q4 2014 earnings on January 28, 2015. In this series, we’ll analyze how the last quarter of 2014 could turn out.
Key takeaways from the online advertising industry
The online advertising industry is growing at a much faster pace. This is an exciting opportunity for advertisers and marketers around the world.
Facebook’s WhatsApp crosses the 700 million active users mark
According to WhatsApp CEO Jan Koum, WhatsApp crossed the 700 million monthly active users (or MAUs) mark globally in January 2015.
Facebook-Jio: Twitter Investor Silver Lake Signals Deal Approval
At $202 per share at the closing on May 1, Facebook stock has risen more than 18% since it invested $5.7 billion to purchase a stake of 10% in Jio.
An Overview of Alphabet’s Debt
In 2016, Alphabet issued a ten-year bond to raise $2 billion to pay off some short-term debts.
Why Twitter Can Afford to Be Vague about ‘Fake News’
After rumors that Twitter (TWTR) was developing a feature that would be dedicated to combating “fake news,” the company came out to deny those claims.
Inside Facebook’s Top 3 Priorities
Investment research firm Zenith estimates that worldwide spending on online video ads rose 23.0% to $27.2 billion in 2017.
Google Wants to Counter the Threat from Mobile Apps
Google will need to continue to innovate in the mobile advertising market so it can compete with mobile apps. The mobile ad market has huge growth potential.
How Did IBM’s Global Business Services Perform in Fiscal 2Q15?
In its fiscal 2Q15 earnings release, IBM stated that its customers are moving away from big on-premise ERP projects towards smaller projects.
How Would Facebook Make Money with a Dating Service?
Facebook (FB) is expanding into the online dating business. Its online dating service is expected to begin trials in the coming months.
Twitter Stock Falling on Saudi Spying Charges
Twitter stock (TWTR) is falling on reports of a criminal complaint. Twitter employees have been charged with spying on users for the Saudi government.
Yahoo’s Tumblr Outshines Instagram in User Growth
Yahoo plans to make Tumblr similar to YouTube and is trying to convince some of Google’s top YouTube stars to make Tumblr their exclusive video distributor.
Facebook Turns to Civic Networking to Fight Fake News
Through Constituent Badges, one of the new features Facebook (FB) is rolling out in the US, people can identify themselves as residents of an elected representative’s district.
Where Is Facebook Investing Heavily?
Facebook has been hiring new talent and investing heavily in improving user experience on Instagram, WhatsApp Messenger, and Messenger. Instagram is expected to churn big money for Facebook.