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Twitter Files for IPO: Reveals Debt, Advertising Revenue Per Timeline View Details

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Twitter’s IPO is expected to be among the largest of tech firms this year. During the most recently closed quarter, average ad revenue per timeline view in the U.S. came in at $2.17, while the rest of the world generated just 30 cents. Twitter’s IPO is expected to be among the largest of tech firms this year. During the most recently closed quarter, average ad revenue per timeline view in the U.S. came in at $2.17, while the rest of the world generated just 30 cents. 0 Comments

Twitter Patents Itself

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Twitter has been recognized by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) as an invention. The applicants are listed as Jack Dorsey and Christopher Isaac, alias Biz Stone, and the patent application now approved pretty much describes Twitter. Twitter has been recognized by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) as an invention. The applicants are listed as Jack Dorsey and Christopher Isaac, alias Biz Stone, and the patent application now approved pretty much describes Twitter. 0 Comments

Twitter Turns 6: From 140 Characters to 140 Million Users

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Microblogging pioneer Twitter marked its sixth anniversary by announcing that it now has more than 140 million users. The company said that its users average more than 340 million tweets daily, totalling upwards of 2 billion posts per week. Microblogging pioneer Twitter marked its sixth anniversary by announcing that it now has more than 140 million users. The company said that its users average more than 340 million tweets daily, totalling upwards of 2 billion posts per week. 0 Comments

Slide Kicked Out of Google's Social Playground

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Despite spending $179 million acquiring Slide a year ago, Google has decided to shut down the social apps startup. Slide founder Max Levchin is leaving Google; the rest of the team will be folded into other Google products, YouTube predominantly. Despite spending $179 million acquiring Slide a year ago, Google has decided to shut down the social apps startup. Slide founder Max Levchin is leaving Google; the rest of the team will be folded into other Google products, YouTube predominantly. 0 Comments