Three social media companies' shares have dropped by nearly a quarter this week on disappointing outlooks. What does it mean for ones in the IPO pipeline?
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Twitter 's early earnings release made for an unexpected headache as the social media company prepared to face market reaction to a disappointing quarter, the company's CEO, Dick Costolo , said Wednesday.
Twitter shares plummeted Tuesday after its earning results were published early – on Twitter.
Lewis Hamilton has been named as the richest sportsman in Britain with a fortune of £88m, an increase of £20m on the previous year.
Hidden image appears on Google Maps as Android mock Apple.
Facebook’s Sheryl Sandberg has explained why the company made the controversial decision to pay for its female employees to freeze their eggs in an interview in which she called on more companies to offer family-friendly perks. “Right now work does not work for parents,” she said.
Facebook videos were being watched more than 1bn times a day at the peak of the ice bucket challenge craze in the summer of 2014. Six months on, that figure has quadrupled to 4bn daily views.
Most of Twitter’s senior executives did not use the social network before they joined the company and barely use it now, new analysis has found.
Microsoft’s attempt to converse with millennials using an artificial intelligence bot plugged into Twitter made a short-lived return on Wednesday, before bowing out again in some sort of meltdown.
Forthcoming changes to Instagram’s algorithm, which will present photos out of chronological order, have thrown the photo-sharing app into chaos, with users asking their followers to “turn on notifications” so their updates aren’t lost to the new regime.