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James Cakmak, Monness, Crespi & Hardt, provides insight to Twitter's quarterly results as shares sink on monthly active user decline. Also Cakmak shares his bullish outlook on Facebook.
Investors are concerned with Twitter's active monthly user base because of its monetization potential, says Bradley Gastwirth, CEO of ABR Investment Strategy.
The Motley Fool's Eric Bleeker says investors who own Twitter stock must believe that Jack Dorsey can turn it around with positive changes.
Bob Peck, Suntrust Robinson Humphrey, weighs in on Twitter's conference call.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports on the latest statements out of Twitter regarding their usage and growth plan.
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Wednesday: Twitter, Tesla, Amazon and more.
Twitter said its adjusted monthly active users were 305 million for the fourth quarter, down from 307 million in the previous quarter.
Mashable Editor Lance Ulanoff discusses Twitter's plan for a turnaround and the pressure the company is facing.
SAN FRANCISCO _ Twitter Inc. on Wednesday reported a loss of $90.2 million in its fourth quarter. Ten analysts surveyed by Zacks expected $709.2 million. Analysts surveyed by Zacks had expected revenue of $629.6 million.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin covers the results of Twitter's latest quarter.
Kevin Landis, Firsthand Technology Opportunities Fund manager, discusses the alarming decline in Twitter's monthly active users.
U.S. stocks closed mostly lower on Wednesday as investors digested remarks from Fed Chair Janet Yellen.
Ahead of Q4 Twitter results, Jason Ware of Albion Financial is bullish on the platform and not worried about user growth, but Rob Sanderson of MKM Partners believes falling user engagement is a real risk to the stock.
Twitter's all about moments. Its upcoming earnings report is the company's moment to showcase progress beyond user growth.
When does Twitter cry uncle and throw in the towel on attempting to jump start what has been non-existent user growth on its platform?
SAN FRANCISCO— Twitter is tweaking the way that tweets appear in its users' timelines in its latest attempt to broaden the appeal of its messaging service. But the company can't afford to stand pat with its user growth slowing dramatically and its stock price plummeting by more than 50 percent since co-founder Jack Dorsey returned as CEO last summer.
The social media company launches a new feature designed to show the 'best' tweets first.
U.S. stock index futures pointed to a higher open on Wednesday after a very volatile week so far.
Twitter users will have the option to turn on a tool designed to show the best tweets first, reports CNBC's Julia Boorstin.
Twitter should push through product changes to accelerate growth, despite the risk of user backlash, Victor Anthony says.