If Twitter hopes to live through the next few years, it’s high time it started treating its community with a little more respect.
According to studies, the millennials and younger generations favoured shorter messages thanks to their shorter attention spans. However, reality isn't as encouraging. It seems a larger Twitter exodus has begun.
140 characters, no nonsense, makes perfect sense for the millennial demographic. So what is it, that didn't work with Twitter?
Twitter CEO Dick Costolo's Twitter account was compromised with Tweets from the hacking group OurMine appearing in Costolo's feed.
Co-founder Jack Dorsey, who had served as the CEO during Twitter’s early years, was temporarily assigned the CEO, with the interim tag being pulled out later.
According to recent reports, the Media Head for Twitter, Katie Jacobs Stanton as well as Product Head Kevin Weil has quit. In addition, Twitter's Engineering head has decided to move on as well.
Twitter Inc Chief Executive and co-founder Jack Dorsey said he is giving a third of his stock in the company, about 1 percent, to the employee equity pool.
n June this year, we heard of Dick Costolo’s sudden resignation as CEO of Twitter. Soon after, Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey, who was CEO at Twitter during its initial years, took charge at the San Francisco company, as it continued to look for a permanent replacement.
Twitter Inc's board is weighing a shakeup that could involve the exit of former Chief Executive Dick Costolo, Bloomberg reported, citing people familiar with the matter.
Twitter said Friday it was testing a new way to use the messaging platform for shopping by promoting "products and places" in its feeds, as it looks to boost revenues.
Dick Costolo's decision to step down as Twitter Inc's chief executive last week failed to stem the weeks-long slide in the company's shares, but options traders appear to be betting on a near-term rebound.
Twitter's next chief executive officer faces a crucial challenge as the company seeks to appease Wall Street after this week's management shakeup - helping disaffected advertisers connect with users.
Twitter's outgoing chief executive, Dick Costolo, resigned abruptly Thursday amid pressure from investors to increase the user base and improve what's known as direct response advertising, the most lucrative type on the microblogging site.
Twitter's announcement that Dick Costolo would exit as CEO on July 1 was long on plaudits but offered few clues on how the company will tackle its biggest problem: user growth.
For those who have considered quitting Twitter because of the unnecessary tweets they are subject to, now have relief offered by Twitter.
Costolo will remain on Twitter's board of directors and the company will consider internal and external candidates for his permanent replacement.
Twitter efforts to reassure disaffected ad buyers may hinge on the success of two deals that were announced along with its bleak forecast, advertisers and analysts said.
Finally, Twitter CEO, Dick Costolo has made his first visit to India, what he calls the 'fastest growing market'.