Mark Zuckerberg has a gargantuan social network.
Twitter is offering payouts between $50,000 and $200,000 to keep its job-shopping employees from jumping ship according to the Wall Street Journal.
There was some good news for tech entrepreneur Jack Dorsey on Wednesday, for a change: Square, the payment company he founded, reported robust growth, with total revenue up by nearly half to $374m.
Facebook doesn’t often give the impression of being scared of anything, but it looks like the social network is a bit concerned about the potential for competition from Snapchat and Telegram.
Facebook is being investigated by the German federal cartel office, the Bundeskartellamt, for suspected anti-competitive behaviour stemming from breaches of data protection law.
Twitter is to train prosecutors in England and Wales to better fight online abuse, as the internet is increasingly used as a weapon by perpetrators of domestic abuse, rape and sexual violence against women.
Snapchat’s pictures are deleted automatically seconds after they’re viewed. Unfortunately, the same isn’t true of the company’s confidential financial records, which it just handed over to a scammer.
Why doesn’t anyone want to buy Twitter? After the company’s board met on Thursday, it told CNBC that there were “no bids on the table” and that instead it was exploring cost cuts – an announcement that drove another sell-off in the stock and pushed it down 6%, as shareholders who had hoped to see a September swoop from a tech or media company were disappointed. On Friday the shares were changing hands at around $18 – 20% down this year and well short of their float price of $26 three years ago.
Google, Facebook, Twitter and Yahoo have accused US film studios of attempting to resurrect the Stop Online Piracy Act (Sopa), which was defeated in Congress in 2012.
There are better uses for Disney capital than a Twitter takeover, Nomura Securities analyst Anthony DiClemente says.
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Social media has changed the way that we think about friends.
The list of companies looking at a possible deal with Yahoo included the social media company Twitter , according to a new report from The New York Post, which claims the management teams of both discussed a possible merger but the talks ended without an agreement.
Twitter’s British operation paid £1.24m in tax last year as staff enjoyed a £12.5m shares windfall.
Facebook’s iPhone app is consuming large amounts of battery charge even when it is not open, users have complained.
Shares of Twitter traded sharply lower Thursday following a Recode report, citing sources, that three major companies would likely not purchase the social media company.
Snap Inc, the company that owns picture- and video-sharing app Snapchat, is planning an initial public offering that could value the companyat a minimum of $25bn, according to a report in the Wall Street Journal.