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Twitter is losing executives and it’s being crushed by Facebook, Instagram, and even WeChat. It used to be essential, but now is it about to die?
The New Yorker
The social network fundamentally changed in early 2014. And that’s causing big problems for the company.
Shareholders have set their expectations too high.
It wasn’t Professor Plum in the Library with the Candlestick. So what killed Twitter?
There are two stories about Twitter that are really just one story told from two different points of view.
Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Bin Abdulaziz Alsaud is now Twitter's second largest shareholder.
Development of Twitter's Mac app has stalled, and maybe Twitter should call someone who cares.
Have a birthday coming up? Twitter wants to help you celebrate. If you edit your Twitter profile to include your birth date, your profile will look slightly different on cake…
The Next Web
5 years ago, Twitter embraced Will.I.Am and broke developers’ hearts. Its future may lie in winning them back.
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