You’ve probably never heard of WPP, but the communication giant’s various brands drive $70 billion in media spend and took in $16.5 billion in revenue last year.
Twitter CEO Dick Costolo said yesterday that company engineers can roll out any experimental features they’re testing to one percent of the social network’s users.
While others might see tech companies as competing with the media, Twitter chief executive Dick Costolo doesn’t see things that way.
Twitter shook up the top brass a little today, transitioning current Chief Financial Officer Ali Rowghani to the top operating role and naming former Zynga treasurer Mike Gupta as the company’s new CFO.
Twitter CEO promised earlier this year that users will be able to access their own tweet data.
Jack Dorsey needs to get something off his chest. He was never meant to keep his operational role at Twitter.
Will the funny man take the company to its IPO?
Editor’s Pick The handy utility If This Then That (IFTTT) recently announced the end of its Twitter integration. Fortunately, there are workaround.
It must be frustrating to be an early Twitter employee. All around Silicon Valley, companies in the social networking space are going public, minting hordes of new millionaires and billionaires. But with little revenue of its own, Twitter is hoping to stay private.
Editor's Pick If Twitter is to become a dominant web company and live up to the accidental potential its original founders never intended, it will do so under the leadership of its well-spoken, quick-witted and confident CEO Dick Costolo.
2012 is going to be the Twitter election, Twitter CEO Dick Costolo said at the D: Dive Into Media event in Dana Point, California Monday night.
After announcing yesterday that Wikipedia will join other websites in a January 18 blackout to protest the SOPA piracy bill, founder Jimmy Wales has explained his reasoning further to fend off criticism.
We got a sneak peak at Twitter’s new headquarters today during a press event about the site’s full-fledged overhaul.
Editor's Pick Thursday morning, Twitter started its launch of a brand-new interface.
Editor's Pick Ryan Sarver had just come back to work after his wedding.
Twitter is on track for nearly $140 million in revenue for 2011, up from a reported $45 million just last year.
In a press conference at Twitter this morning, CEO Dick Costolo laid out the present growth of the company and what its 100 million users can expect in the near future.
At a Twitter breakfast this morning, CEO Dick Costolo shed some light on the company’s continuing advertising strategy.