Mark Zuckerberg fielded the majority of the inquiries with 71, and Jack Dorsey was asked 56 questions
Twitter says attackers 'manipulated a small number of employees', downloaded data from up to eight non-verified accounts
Hackers accessed Twitter’s internal systems to hijack some of the platform’s top voices including US presidential candidate Joe Biden, billionaire Elon Musk and former president Barack Obama
Twitter stepped up search for chief information security officer ahead of the breach of high-profile accounts
FBI believes hackers committed cryptocurrency fraud after they seized control of the Twitter accounts of celebrities and political figures.
Some experts said it seemed probable that hackers had access to Twitter’s internal infrastructure
Beyoncé drops surprise single Black Parade on Juneteenth, asks fans to sign petition demanding justice for George Floyd
Beyoncé also joined the call for charges against the officers involved in the killing of Breonna Taylor, who was gunned down in March by officers who burst into her Kentucky home.
After Twitter flags fresh Donald Trump tweet for 'glorifying violence', White House points to Khamenei's use of social media app
President Donald Trump, who is seeking a second term in November, has already threatened to shut down social media platforms.
Mark Zuckerberg distances Facebook from Twitter in Trump fight, says it's stronger on free speech than other tech firms
“We have a different policy I think than Twitter on this,” Mark Zuckerberg told Fox News.
Twitter fact-checks inaccuracies in Donald Trump's tweets after years of espousing hands-off approach with president
Twitter added information to refute the inaccuracies in President Donald Trump’s tweets for the first time on Tuesday, after years of pressure over its inaction on his false and threatening posts
Coronavirus World Update, May 13: Wuhan to test 11 million people, EU to relax borders, situation in Brazil worsens
Over 4.37 million people globally have tested positive for COVID-19 so far. Out of these, 292,937 people have died and 1.6 million have already recovered.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Beyoncé's Bey Good charity partners with Jack Dorsey to donate $6 mn for relief funds
Beyoncé is focusing her coronavirus relief efforts on organizations that are helping communities of color that have been hit hard by the pandemic
Coronavirus Outbreak: Rihanna, Jack Dorsey to contribute $4.2 mn for domestic violence victims during crisis
Rihanna and Jack Dorsey’s grants will aid domestic violence victims in Los Angeles during the coronavirus stay-at-home mandate
Twitter CEO said that the pledged amount represents about 28 percent of his overall wealth.
A plea was filed for his arrest for allegedly hurting the sentiment of the Brahmin community by posting a "highly objectionable" photograph on social media.
Silver Lake to invest $1 bn in Twitter; executive officer to join board: Here's all you need to know about PE firm
A pioneer in technology investing, Silver Lake's portfolio of investments collectively generates more than $204 billion of revenue annually and employs more than 356,000 people globally
The agreement will keep Jack Dorsey atop Twitter — at least for now — at a crucial time for the social network. It also avoids a potentially costly fight with Elliott, the $40-billion hedge fund that has successfully shaken up many corporate boardrooms
That is the most conclusive answer Dorsey or anyone from Twitter has ever given about the feature.
Mariah Carey's Twitter account hacked on New Year's Eve; hackers post offensive tweets with racial slurs
Mariah Carey recently became the first artist to top the Billboard Hot 100 in four different decades.
Twitter CTO Parag Agrawal will be in charge of hiring a lead for the research team, called Bluesky.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey did silent vipassana for 10 days: It’s almost impossible to follow his schedule in everyday life
A regular meditator, Dorsey went for a 10-day vipassana retreat to Myanmar for his birthday this year on 19 November
Debating political ads on social media is Facebook, Twitter's way to derail issue; what's needed is legislation, not bans
The advertising model and opaque ad-targeting of these platforms ends up undermining trust in political advertising itself.