Twitter

  • CNBC

    Twitter is surging and the rally shows no signs of slowing, chart analyst says

    Twitter TWTR is surging. Matt Maley , equity strategist at Miller Tabak, said that Twitter still looks like the social stock with the most upside even with Tuesday's surge. "Even though Snap SNAP and Facebook FB have seen a series of nice higher highs and higher lows, they're getting very extended and very overbought," Maley said.

  • Twitter posts big beat, Hasbro shines, Target recalls toys
    Yahoo Finance

    Twitter posts big beat, Hasbro shines, Target recalls toys

    Twitter, Hasbro, Target, PG&E and GoDaddy are the companies to watch.

  • Twitter (TWTR) & Dow Components Beat Estimates
    Zacks

    Twitter (TWTR) & Dow Components Beat Estimates

    Twitter, P&G and United Technologies all surpassed quarterly estimates this morning, to varying degrees.

  • TheStreet.com

    Why I'm Selling a Chunk of Twitter, but Hanging Onto Some Too

    , it is none other than the president of the United States that has lit the fire through his choice for personal dissemination of both news and opinion. Twitter reported the firm's first quarter results on Tuesday morning.

  • After Mueller report, Twitter bots pushed 'Russiagate hoax' narrative
    msnbc.com

    After Mueller report, Twitter bots pushed 'Russiagate hoax' narrative

    A network of more than 5,000 pro-Trump Twitter bots railed against the “Russiagate hoax” shortly after the release of special counsel Robert Mueller's report last week, according to data gathered by a prominent disinformation researcher and analyzed by NBC News. The network illustrates the ongoing challenge Twitter faces in persistent efforts to manipulate its platform. These bots, however, did not appear to come from Russia. Instead, the bots had ties to a social media operation that previously pushed messages backing the government of Saudi Arabia and were connected to a person who claimed to be a private social media consultant, according to internet domain and account registration records.

  • The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Facebook, Twitter, Alphabet, Nike and Shopify
    Zacks

    The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Facebook, Twitter, Alphabet, Nike and Shopify

    The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Facebook, Twitter, Alphabet, Nike and Shopify

  • Esquire

    Harry Styes as Monica Geller Is My New Style Muse

    It's been well documented at this point that Harry Styles is not only one of the most stylish guys out there, he's not afraid to take a risk—and pull it off effortlessly. Monica, the least insufferable of the Geller kids, was known to rock an oversized sweatshirt in a manner that would set our sleaze alarms off, but never was it considered that the normcore of it all could translate to a rock god like Styles. It's no secret that '90s fashion has had one hell of a renaissance in at least the past half-decade, and so Monica's style has been sitting right there in front of us all this time. Thankfully, Twitter user @neonloose was able to peg it to one of the most stylish celebrities out there right now.

  • Investing.com

    Stocks - Wall Street Inches Up After Twitter, Hasbro Earnings

    Twitter (NYSE:TWTR) gained 7.7% after it reported a surprising increase in the number of monthly users, while Hasbro (NASDAQ:HAS) jumped 12.5% on higher earnings driven by a rise in franchise brand revenue. Coca-Cola (NYSE:KO) inched up 0.6% on an expansion in organic sales, while Lockheed Martin (NYSE:LMT) beat expectations, leading to a stock price gain of 3.3%

  • Twitter Tops 1Q Sales as Daily Active Users Grow to 134 Million
    Bloomberg

    Twitter Tops 1Q Sales as Daily Active Users Grow to 134 Million

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  • North Carolina lands commitment from Cole Anthony
    NBC Sports

    North Carolina lands commitment from Cole Anthony

    Anthony is a difference-maker for the Tar Heels.

  • Trump tweets confusing Twitter conspiracy theory to explain why people aren’t following him
    The Independent

    Trump tweets confusing Twitter conspiracy theory to explain why people aren’t following him

    Donald Trump says he has fewer Twitter followers than he wants because the site is making it too hard to follow him.The company is both making it difficult to follow his tweets and is removing followers from accounts, he claimed, in a series of posts in which he bragged about the size of his Twitter followings.Despite the president's claims that it was "hard for people to sign on", following his account is just the same as with any other, and involves simply pressing one button.And though he said that Twitter was "constantly taking people off list", there is no suggestion that any such purge has focused on Mr Trump. Twitter regularly removes followers and accounts for being used for spam or breaking its rules, sometimes leading to substantial drops in follower counts, but such efforts hit just about every large account. In the tweets, Mr Trump began by quoting Maria Bartiroma, a US TV commentator, who he said had claimed "The best thing ever to happen to Twitter is Donald Trump"."So true, but they don’t treat me well as a Republican," he wrote after the quote. "Very discriminatory, hard for people to sign on. Constantly taking people off list. Big complaints from many people. Different names-over 100 M..".....But should be much higher than that if Twitter wasn’t playing their political games. No wonder Congress wants to get involved - and they should. Must be more, and fairer, companies to get out the WORD!"

  • Stocks rise on strong earnings, oil prices continue ascent
    Yahoo Finance

    Stocks rise on strong earnings, oil prices continue ascent

    Stocks rose as stronger-than-expected earnings results from companies across sectors boosted investor confidence.