Last week Twitter UK unveiled first-year profits of £16,500, which covered the British subsidiary of Twitter, Inc’s first seven months of existence between June 1, 2011, and December 31, 2011.
One problem: Twitter UK was late with the filings, which means they’ll likely have to pay a fine. Assuming they cough up, no real damage done.
But another UK Twitter company is now so late with their business accounts that they risk being struck off entirely. And that company is TweetDeck.