One year after its initial public offering, the San Francisco-based company’s shares are way off their highs. Twitter also continues to bleed money, with losses widening faster than sales gains.
One year after its initial public offering, the San Francisco-based company’s shares are way off their highs. Twitter also continues to bleed money, with losses widening faster than sales gains. File illustration by Susan Jouflas MCT
One year after its initial public offering, the San Francisco-based company’s shares are way off their highs. Twitter also continues to bleed money, with losses widening faster than sales gains. File illustration by Susan Jouflas MCT

Happy birthday, Twitter? It’s been an up-and-down first year for the company

November 06, 2014 10:46 AM

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