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Despite Twitter’s stock plummet, CEO Dick Costolo’s job seems safe -- for now. But he needs to explain his strategy better.
"Hatching Twitter" reveals that the executive was briefly fired after a tense board meeting, just weeks before he became CEO, according to USA Today.
As the company continues to grow, its CEO muses on the direction he wants to see Twitter take. And, no, it's not going public.
Chief executive Dick Costolo says the cash gives Twitter the luxury of not having to go public anytime soon.
In a live interview, Twitter CEO Dick Costolo talked about why Twitter announced it would withhold tweets when they violate a country's local laws.
Twitter boss Dick Costolo has denied that the company is working on its own-branded phone, preferring to work with manufacturers to make Twitter part of all their devices.
Twitter has been banned from China since 2009, but could be an extremely lucrative market for the service if the ban could be lifted.
At TechCrunch Disrupt in San Francisco, Dick Costolo spent 10 minutes explaining that leadership comes from not worrying what people think. And he didn't mention Twitter once.
Insiders, holding 470 million shares, can sell starting today. Big investors say they don't plan to bail anytime soon. Even so, the stock plummets 15 percent.
Its revenue blew by expectations, but user growth slowed, leading to a stock drop after hours. Twitter admits it needs to make the user experience better to get new users to stay.