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Twitter, Inc.

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  • Hey punk, here's my order: just do your job

    The twenty-something fast food worker served me a combo meal of an extra-large sneer, a side of cockiness and a shrug dripping with apathy. "Here," he told me while shoving my meal through the drive-through window. Not, "Here is your order, have a...
  • Harris Wittels dead at 30: 'Parks and Recreation' executive found at L.A. home

    Harris Wittels dead at 30: 'Parks and Recreation' executive found at L.A. home
    Comedian and co-executive producer of NBC's "Parks and Recreation," Harris Wittels, was found dead Thursday at his Los Angeles home, authorities said. He was 30. Wittels' body was discovered by his assistant at 12 p.m. in the 2200 block of North...
  • Goran Dragic headed to Heat, gets wish to leave Phoenix

    Goran Dragic wanted a new home, and the Miami Heat wanted a new point guard. On trade deadline day, they were a perfect match. The Heat swung a deal to acquire Dragic — a third-team All-NBA player last season — from the Phoenix Suns on...
  • Islamic State link suspected in threatening messages sent to military spouses

    Angela Ricketts, the wife of an Army officer in Colorado, was startled by the message that popped up on her Facebook account last week. "Dear Angela! Bloody Valentines Day!" the message began. "While your president and your husband are killing our...
  • TransCanada to seek US approval for $600M Upland Pipeline

    The Canadian company behind the long-delayed Keystone XL oil pipeline will seek U.S. government approval for another pipeline — this one going north. Industry officials in North Dakota say the proposed Upland Pipeline could reduce reliance on the...
  • Oscars 2015: And the winner is ... social media, for better and for worse

    Oscars 2015: And the winner is ... social media, for better and for worse
    In the old days — say, five or six years ago — an Oscar party used to mean gathering with some friends around a TV and watching the show together with a bowl of chips and a few bottles of wine. This Sunday, though, when millions around the...
  • LeBron James is feeling the pressure of great expectations

    LeBron James is feeling the pressure of great expectations
    LeBron James hopped on a private jet after another Cleveland Cavaliers loss Thursday and headed to a friendly, fun weekend. It could still end up that way between now and Sunday's NBA All-Star game at Madison Square Garden, but you could feel the strain...
  • He said, he said: LeBron doesn't need to clarify 'Love' tweets, says team has "good chemistry"

    Kevin Love may be one of LeBron James' 18.7 million followers on Twitter. But that's not how he communicates with his superstar teammate. Love said Tuesday he was blindsided this weekend when he found out James posted a tweet aimed at him. Following...
  • Facebook launches platform for companies to share security threat data

    Facebook launches platform for companies to share security threat data
    You might use Facebook to share Hawaiian vacation pics with your friends and relatives. Now, Dropbox, Bitly, Pinterest, Tumblr, Twitter, Yahoo and other tech companies are using Facebook to share information about threats to their computer systems....
  • Muslims use social media to protest news coverage of North Carolina students' deaths

    Muslims use social media to protest news coverage of North Carolina students' deaths
    The news broke faster and wider over social media than it did over America's mainstream media: Three Muslim college students had been shot Tuesday evening in Chapel Hill, N.C., raising suspicion that they had been killed because of their religion. The...
  • Newsweek's Twitter feed briefly hacked, ISIS's Cyber Caliphate claims responsibility

    The Newsweek Twitter feed was briefly hacked Tuesday morning, purportedly by a group associated with the Islamic State. Several posts to Newsweek's Twitter feed referenced Cyber Caliphate, a hacker group affiliated with the Islamic State, which claimed...