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We had to walk away from Twitter because shareholders didn't want us to buy it, Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff told CNBC.
Facebook will begin allowing more explicit posts if they are "newsworthy...or important to the public interest," The Verge reports.
Your fastest way to get a response is through a social media post--and that's changing the concept of customer service.
The tech billionaire tells CNBC he recalled the offer being "$24 billion, when the company was itsy bitsy."
Peter Thiel, who has drawn fire from fellow tech executives for supporting Donald J. Trump, plans to address the issue in a speech this month.
The Republican candidate livestreamed his own debate coverage on Facebook, complete with commentary.
Mark Zuckerberg defended Thiel's status as a Facebook board member in a message to employees, The Verge reports.
The Republican candidate was involved in 57 percent of Twitter conversations by the halfway point of the third debate.
Three well-known technologists weighed in on how they would approach a turnaround at Twitter, as the future of the company remains unclear.
Keith Meister said on Wednesday what really happened was management had an active dialogue with its shareholders and they listened.
Twitter's reputation as a haven for trolls was one of the key reasons suitors declined to make bids for Twitter, reports The Verge.
Twitter seems to be heavily in favor of Donald Trump, but a large slice of his support comes from social media bots, according to research.
Viral content maker Group Nine Media will use a $100 million investment to recruit talent amid a challenging media landscape.
Twitter's reliance on stock-based compensation has become a big problem with the stock pricing plunging.
Salesforce ruled out a bid for Twitter in part due to concern about the social platform's reputation for handling online abuse and trolls, Cramer says.
"I looked at Snapchat's product and I hated the product," said Aston Kutcher when he was looking to invest, according to Recode.
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