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Twitter Finance Chief Accidentally Leaks Company Buy Plans in Direct Message Fail

Twitter Finance Chief Accidentally Leaks Company Buy Plans in Direct Message Fail

Twitter has made a couple of updates to its direct message system in the past few weeks and is looking to launch a complete revamp of the platform in 2015. Those changes probably can’t come soon enough, as direct messages have always been cumbersome to use.

It’s also oh-so-easy to accidentally send a public tweet by mistake, as Twitter chief financial office Anthony Noto just found out when he accidentally leaked what appears to be Twitter’s plan to buy a company.

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Twitter Investing More in #India

Twitter Investing More in India

Twitter is planning to invest more in the fast-growing internet and social media market in India, reveals Katie Jacobs Stanton, Twitter’s vice president of global media.

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You Can Now Send URLs in Direct Messages (Again) on #Twitter

You Can Now Send URLs in Direct Messages (Again) on #Twitter

Good news: you can now send URLs in direct messages.

Again.

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Twitter Given ‘Junk’ Rating by S&P

Twitter Given ‘Junk’ Rating by S&P

Back in September Twitter raised $1.8 billion in a convertible note offering that exceeded expectations after higher than anticipated demand.

Impressive stuff. However, that debt has now been scored as “junk” status by U.S. ratings agency Standard & Poor’s, who valued Twitter as below investment grade.

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Coming Soon To #Twitter: Instant Timeline, Better Direct Messages, Video Uploads

Coming Soon To #Twitter: Instant Timeline, Better Direct Messages, Video Uploads

Yesterday was Twitter’s first Analyst Day and during the event the company spoke openly about a number of new changes that are coming to the platform, talked about its goals for the future, and more.

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Twitter Analyst Day: The Tough Questions Dick Costolo Will Have to Answer

Twitter Analyst Day: The Tough Questions Dick Costolo Will Have to Answer

Twitter will host its first-ever Financial Analyst Day today from 9am until 4pm PST in San Francisco. During the session CEO Dick Costolo, CFO Anthony Noto and other members of Twitter’s senior management team will “share the company’s vision, strategy, and financial overview,” alongside their “priorities and growth initiatives across key functional areas”.

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One Year After Its IPO Twitter Hasn’t Really Gone Anywhere

One Year After Its IPO Twitter Hasn't Really Gone Anywhere

Twitter’s IPO took place exactly one year ago today. Priced at $26 per share, Twitter rallied 73 percent to close at $44.90 on the day, more than delivering on the hype. And there was more to come – just before Christmas 2013, the stock zoomed up to $73.31.

And after that? Nothing.

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Twitter Opening First Hong Kong Office (Despite Still Being Banned in China)

Twitter Opening First Hong Kong Office (Despite Still Being Banned in China)

Twitter is planning to open an office in Hong Kong early in 2015 to better cater to companies and increase advertising revenues in China, reports the Wall Street Journal.

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Twitter’s User Growth is The Lowest it’s Ever Been

Twitter's User Growth is The Lowest it's Ever Been

In the first quarter of 2011, Twitter posted year-on-year user growth of more than 250 percent.

Incredibly, it maintained 200 percent year-on-year increases for another 12 months, through to Q1 2012. But in Q2 2012, Twitter’s user growth percentage fell sharply, and it’s never recovered.

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Can Twitter Reach 300 Million Active Users Before 2015?

Can Twitter Reach 300 Million Active Users Before 2015?

Yesterday Twitter unveiled their third quarter 2014 earnings report and while they once again met or beat analyst expectations across the board, the key monthly active user number (MAU) came in slightly softer than expected, and the stock tanked accordingly.

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