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Twitter Hires Google Advertising Exec In Preparation For IPO

Twitter Hires Google Advertising Exec In Preparation For IPO

J.J. Hirschle, who directed media and entertainment advertising at Google, is joining the Twitter team starting October 28, reports Bloomberg.

Hirschle’s hire comes well-timed for Twitter’s impending IPO, as the company has been working to boost ad revenue. He will be responsible for selling Twitter’s ad products to retail companies.

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Twitter’s Latest High Profile Hire: Head Of Global Operations

Hot on the heels of it’s First Amendment new hire yesterday, Twitter announced another high profile new hire today, snatching away Ben Grossman, the former Editor-in-Chief of Broadcasting & Cable to be the new head of Twitter’s Global Operations for Twitter’s Media team.

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In Fight To Protect Free Speech, Twitter Adds First Amendment Pro To Team

Free speech advocates find themselves on a precarious perch when it comes to Twitter. You can’t blame the blue bird for it though, they try their damnedest to protect users, but they have their work cut out for them.

And they’ve just hired a First Amendment pro to help even the odds.

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Twitter Creates VP Of Design Position For Former Newsvine CEO

Don’t you wish you could work for Twitter?

Better yet – don’t you wish they would create a position just for you and you could move to San Francisco to work with Twitter’s flock at its new headquarters on Market Street?

That’s what happened with Mike Davidson, so there’s a chance it could happen for you too! (Assuming you’re a former CEO with tons of Twitter experience, that is.)

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