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Twitter's early earnings release made for an unexpected headache as the company faced reaction to a disappointing quarter, CEO Dick Costolo said.
After criticism of its 10b5-1 program, including by CNBC's Jim Cramer, the company quits the sales and the stock price goes up.
Twitter is rumored to be the target of an hostile takeover by both Facebook and Google, Re/code reports.
Twitter's co-founders hired Costolo because they admired his leadership skills, including his sense of humor, Biz Stone tells CNBC.
Mark Cuban dishes on some of his tech and media investments in an exclusive interview at the Code/Media conference.
Peter Chernin was the consummate media mogul as president of News Corp., building the company's TV and film empire.
Too hot? Too cold? Or has oil gone all Goldilocks on us? "Mad Money" host Jim Cramer explains the story.
With positive news swirling around Twitter recently, Jim Cramer sees a giant red flag that needs to be addressed.
Dick Costolo wants Twitter to change the world, but is a twitter account really worth it for companies, and individuals?
An angel investor reveals inside information about Twitter's 2015 plans.
Twitter announced its fourth-quarter earnings on Thursday, surpassing analyst expectations on the top and the bottom.
Google and Twitter are close to announcing a deal for Google to include Twitter's firehose of tweets in Google search results.
Twitter investors have retreated in the past year, sending the stock down 39 percent, even after a rally to kick off 2015.
Twitter is now bringing "Promoted Tweets" to other feeds, including Flipboard and Yahoo.
Jim Cramer is gearing up for earnings next week, especially the oil companies.
The social networking site launched new features allowing users to make video, and send private group messages.
Twitter is taking its pitch to developers—and attempting to reinvent itself—on the road, with Twitter Flock.
Twitter's somewhat embattled CEO Dick Costolo sold 140,352 shares of the company's stock in early January, according to an SEC filing.
The growth of streaming services has put "fear in the eyes" of traditional media companies, Yahoo former interim CEO Ross Levinsohn said.
Jim Cramer's New Year's resolution is to be kinder to Dick Costolo, so long as he can monetize Twitter.