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What's next after Twitter's all-time low

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Internal frustration at Twitter

Twitter shares continued their slide that started last Tuesday when CFO Anthony Noto gave a negative outlook for the company's growth on its earnings call.

Twitter shares plummeted nearly 6 percent Monday to $29.27, the lowest level since the company's IPO in November 2013, and down nearly 60 percent since their January 2014 peak.