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Twitter shares closed up almost four percent yesterday after rumours began to circulate that Dick Costolo, the company’s chief executive, might be stepping down.
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”.
Dick Costolo, CEO of Twitter and a University of Michigan alum, delivered the school’s 2013 commencement speech this past weekend – beginning with, of course, a tweet.
It must be tough being a high-profile person and keeping your family out of the limelight (or the tweet light, if talking about Twitter’s CEO, Dick Costolo. Which we are.).
But with the perks, comes those ooh’ing and ahh’ing about them in envy.
And when you have a famous basketball player land a slam dunk after jumping over your kid’s head, what do you expect?
Think you have what it takes to run Twitter?
Sure you have some awesome ideas about how Twitter should use direct messages and ways it could grant free hippy-like API access and such, but unless you have nerves of steel, like making people debate and are okay with living every day knowing “no one is going to like you”- then maybe you don’t have the chops to lead Twitter. And maybe you can’t be a CEO at all! How sad for you.
That sad little bit was quoted from Twitter’s CEO Dick Costolo, not me, by the way – I think he seems perfectly likable. Though his eyes DO look a little crazy in some pics.
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