Twitter Gains a Googler and Amazon’s Bezos

It’s no secret that Twitter has been struggling lately. At any given moment, the social chat platform can go down, preventing a plethora of Tweets from being broadcast to the socially adept.

But that hasn’t kept the company from getting another round of funding, and help from friends in high places. Amazon.com founder Jeff Bezos is investing in the social network using his personal venture investment company, Bezos Expeditions.

Meanwhile, Rudy Winnacker is leaving his Google position of 5 years to tackle the operations going (or not going) on at Twitter.

Hopefully, these new additions can help the birds finally lift that whale once and for all. (If you don’t know what that means, you’re not Twittering enough!)

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