TWTR - Twitter, Inc.

NYSE - NYSE Delayed price. Currency in USD
23.66
-0.38 (-1.58%)
At close: 4:01PM EST
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Previous close24.04
Open24.12
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's range23.50 - 24.22
52-week range14.12 - 25.85
Volume17,529,712
Avg. volume20,374,391
Market cap17.5B
Beta1.27
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-0.50
Earnings date8 Feb 2018
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target est20.97
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  • Twitter's Noto Is Said to Be Among Finalists as SoFi CEO
    Bloomberg1 hour ago

    Twitter's Noto Is Said to Be Among Finalists as SoFi CEO

    Anthony Noto, Twitter Inc.’s chief operating officer, is in talks with Social Finance Inc. to become the online lending company’s new chief executive officer.

  • The Wall Street Journal2 hours ago

    [$$] SoFi Offers CEO Spot to Twitter Executive

    Anthony Noto, a top Twitter executive, is in discussions to become the next chief executive of Social Finance, as the online lender grapples with accusations of improper workplace culture.

  • SoFi in discussions with top Twitter executive Anthony Noto over CEO job: Source
    CNBC2 hours ago

    SoFi in discussions with top Twitter executive Anthony Noto over CEO job: Source

    Anthony Noto, Twitter's COO, is in negotiations to take the top job at Social Finance, a source familiar with the matter told CNBC on Saturday.

  • Reuters18 hours ago

    Twitter to notify users exposed to Russian propaganda during U.S. elections

    The company said it would email 677,775 people in the United States who followed, retweeted or liked content from accounts associated with the Internet Research Agency (IRA) during the election. The IRA is a Russian organization that according to lawmakers and researchers, employs hundreds of people to push pro-Kremlin content under phony social media accounts. Twitter added that because it has already suspended these accounts, the relevant content is no longer publicly available on its platform.

  • Reuters18 hours ago

    Twitter to notify users exposed to Russian propaganda during U.S. elections

    The company said it would email 677,775 people in the United States who followed, retweeted or liked content from accounts associated with the Internet Research Agency (IRA) during the election. The IRA is a Russian organization that according to lawmakers and researchers, employs hundreds of people to push pro-Kremlin content under phony social media accounts. Twitter added that because it has already suspended these accounts, the relevant content is no longer publicly available on its platform.

  • The Wall Street Journal22 hours ago

    [$$] Twitter Reveals 1,000 More Accounts Tied to Russian Propaganda Agency

    The company had initially told congressional investigators it discovered more than 2,700 accounts linked to a shadowy so-called troll farm believed to have spread disinformation to sow political division ...

  • Twitter, Inc. Earnings: Can It Return to Growth?
    Motley Foolyesterday

    Twitter, Inc. Earnings: Can It Return to Growth?

    Could Twitter finally be profitable on a GAAP basis?

  • MarketWatchyesterday

    Twitter: Hundreds of thousands of Americans interacted with Russian bot accounts during election

    In a blog post released Friday afternoon, Twitter Inc. provided updated information on the use of its platform by a Russian government-linked group to spread misinformation during the 2016 U.S. presidential ...

  • Bloombergyesterday

    Twitter Finds 1,062 More Accounts Linked to Russian Agency

    Twitter Inc. said it found another 1,062 accounts linked to the Russian government-backed Internet Research Agency accused of trying to influence the 2016 U.S. presidential election.

  • Don't Let the Trolls Get You Down
    Bloombergyesterday

    Don't Let the Trolls Get You Down

    Tired of the bad actors on Twitter? Learn how to manage your feed and use it your advantage.

  • Barrons.comyesterday

    3 Things Twitter Needs to Do to Impress Investors

    Three things, according to a Thursday night note from Stifel, which currently has a Hold rating and a $21 12-month price target—somewhat below current levels—on the shares. While the company has seen daily average users improve substantially over the last four quarters, Stifel wrote, its monthly average user count—a way to think about the scale of its total user base, rather than its most devoted users—has lagged behind. “For Twitter to continue growing its user base,” according to the report, “it will likely need to replenish its top of funnel.” • Revive revenue growth.

  • Inside Twitter’s $99 per Month Subscription Service
    Market Realistyesterday

    Inside Twitter’s $99 per Month Subscription Service

    Twitter (TWTR) is testing a new self-serve advertising service called Promote Mode, which is aimed at small business advertisers that may not have the time or budgets to create sophisticated campaigns. Unlike Twitter’s flagship self-serve advertising program, Promote Mode is offered on a subscription basis, and it costs $99 per month. An advertiser simply purchases a subscription, and Twitter takes care of running the campaign for them.

  • Reutersyesterday

    Social media companies accelerate removals of online hate speech: EU

    Social media companies Facebook, Twitter and Google's YouTube have accelerated removals of online hate speech in the face of a potential European Union crackdown. The EU has gone as far as to threaten social media companies with new legislation unless they increase efforts to fight the proliferation of extremist content and hate speech on their platforms.

  • Snapchat Will Bring in More U.S. Ad Revenue Than Twitter This Year
    Motley Foolyesterday

    Snapchat Will Bring in More U.S. Ad Revenue Than Twitter This Year

    Snapchat has long been Twitter's biggest threat, but Snapchat faces threats itself.

  • Twitter’s Fundamental Analysis
    Market Realistyesterday

    Twitter’s Fundamental Analysis

    Your Twitter Update: Daily Audience, Spending, and Video Strategy

  • How Twitter Balances the Interests of Large and Small Advertisers
    Market Realistyesterday

    How Twitter Balances the Interests of Large and Small Advertisers

    As Twitter (TWTR) works to attract both big brands and small businesses to advertise on its platform, one of the things the company has had to do is balance the interests of these groups of marketers so that they can all derive value from its platform. Since the interests of large and small advertisers do not exactly align, creating value for them has meant trying to understand what each group of advertisers wants. Twitter has figured out how to balance the interests of large and small advertisers on its platform, the company’s chief financial officer, Ned Segal, said when he spoke at a recent UBS technology conference.

  • Twitter Analyst Support Piles Up as Turnaround Gains Steam
    Bloomberg2 days ago

    Twitter Analyst Support Piles Up as Turnaround Gains Steam

    Twitter Inc. is accumulating likes from some of its most important followers: Wall Street analysts.

  • Better Buy: Facebook (FB) vs. Twitter (TWTR)
    Zacks2 days ago

    Better Buy: Facebook (FB) vs. Twitter (TWTR)

    At this point, nearly every investor knows that social media has become a worldwide phenomenon, spurred by the proliferation of mobile devices and internet access. Today there are a seemingly endless array of platforms that hold users' attention for hours every day.

  • Will Facebook’s Loss Be Twitter’s Gain?
    Market Realist2 days ago

    Will Facebook’s Loss Be Twitter’s Gain?

    Wall Street didn’t appear to like Facebook’s (FB) move to overhaul its news feed segment. Facebook stock fell 4.5% on Friday, January 12. Twitter stock jumped 4.4% on Friday and closed at $25.41 on Friday—the highest levels it has seen since December 2015.

  • How Twitter Gets Its Top Advertisers to Increase Their Spending
    Market Realist2 days ago

    How Twitter Gets Its Top Advertisers to Increase Their Spending

    Twitter’s (TWTR) top 100 global advertisers increased their spending on the platform by 23% YoY (year-over-year) in 3Q17. What are big advertisers seeing on Twitter that encourages them to spend much more money on the platform? It turns out Twitter is getting it right in terms of ROI (return on investment) and ad measurements, and this is inspiring marketers to increase their advertising budgets to pitch to its audience.

  • What Happens after PayPal Closes Its Transaction with Synchrony?
    Market Realist2 days ago

    What Happens after PayPal Closes Its Transaction with Synchrony?

    PayPal’s (PYPL) sale of its ~$6.0 billion consumer loan portfolio to Synchrony Financial (SYF) doesn’t mean that it is exiting the credit business. PayPal made it clear in its announcement that although Synchrony was purchasing its US (SPY) consumer loan business, it expects to remain in the credit business through its international operations.

  • How Twitter’s and Facebook’s Video Strategies Differ
    Market Realist2 days ago

    How Twitter’s and Facebook’s Video Strategies Differ

    In recent months, Twitter has signed dozens of live video partnerships, with about 30 live video deals inked in 3Q17 alone—ten of them being international deals. Twitter closed 3Q17 with 261 million international monthly active users. Before it launched a dedicated video section called Watch last year, Facebook had been talking favorably about progress in its live video offerings.

  • Facebook agrees to take a deeper look into Russian Brexit meddling
    TechCrunch2 days ago

    Facebook agrees to take a deeper look into Russian Brexit meddling

    Facebook has said it will conduct a wider investigation into whether there was Russian meddling on its platform relating to the 2016 Brexit referendum vote in the UK.

  • What Were David Einhorn’s Top Buys in 3Q17?
    Market Realist2 days ago

    What Were David Einhorn’s Top Buys in 3Q17?

    David Einhorn’s Latest Position in Twitter and Largest Holdings

  • Why Analysts Are More Optimistic About Twitter's Future
    Bloomberg Videoyesterday

    Why Analysts Are More Optimistic About Twitter's Future

    Jan.19 -- Techonomy CEO David Kirkpatrick and Bloomberg's Selina Wang and Sarah Frier discuss why Twitter Inc. is accumulating likes from some of its most important followers: Wall Street analysts. They speak with Bloomberg's Emily Chang on "Bloomberg Technology."

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