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Twitter, Inc.

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  • Twitter says it disabled dozens of illegal Mayweather-Pacquiao streams

    Twitter says it disabled dozens of illegal Mayweather-Pacquiao streams
    Two days after appearing to revel in its streaming app’s usage during the Mayweather-Pacquiao fight, Twitter said Monday it respected intellectual property rights and disabled dozens of illegal streams of Saturday’s marquee boxing match....
  • Meerkat broadcasting app adds a Facebook connection

    Meerkat broadcasting app adds a Facebook connection
    Smartphone-video broadcasting app Meerkat has added several new features that could help it regain footing after being outshined by competitor Periscope over the last month. Meerkat and Periscope are among apps that stream smartphone video to people...
  • Cable, pay-per-view problems leave viewers fighting mad

    For some boxing fans, the big fight Saturday night turned out to be between them and their cable companies. Strong pay-per-view demand for the Floyd Mayweather-Manny Pacquiao fight in Las Vegas caused problems for cable and satellite systems,...
  • Engage like a pro with these social media sharing tips

    Engage like a pro with these social media sharing tips
    Back in February, I wrote a column about 5 engaging ways to share social media content. I provided examples with a straightforward way, an alternative way and a bit of reasoning to tie it all together. I ended it with the promise of more in a future...
  • Stocks end higher, bouncing back from a drop the day before

    The stock market bounced back on Friday as investors picked up companies that had dropped earlier in the week. Major indexes recovered nearly all their losses from a fall the day before. "It's an odd day in the markets," said Jack Ablin, chief investment...
  • Food Truck success: Blog leads to full-time event business

    Food Truck success: Blog leads to full-time event business
    There’s just one problem with Mark Baratelli’s success in the food truck business: It hasn’t left much time for his Daily City blog lately. Baratelli, 39, is the founder of Food Truck Bazaar, a thriving Orlando business that...
  • Bangor Area schools chief says students bullied others with tweets

    Bangor Area schools chief says students bullied others with tweets
    Bangor Area schools chief Frank DeFelice has defended the suspension of 10 high school students who used Twitter to criticize two students who wore Chick-fil-A shirts during a Gay-Straight Alliance event. The students were suspended for bullying and for...
  • J.K. Rowling slams Twitter 'bullies'

    J.K. Rowling slams Twitter 'bullies'
    "Harry Potter" creator J.K. Rowling fired back at a number of Twitter "bullies" who lobbed personal attacks at the author after last week's elections in Britain. Rowling received a stream of abusive tweets after the election results, mostly from...
  • Ukraine officer turns 34 behind bars amid calls for release

    A Ukrainian military officer imprisoned in Russia has turned 34 behind bars amid renewed international clamor for her to be released. Supporters of Nadezhda Savchenko urged social media users to use the hashtag #FreeSavchenko to mark her birthday on...
  • John Angelos became unexpected voice in Freddie Gray protests

    John Angelos became unexpected voice in Freddie Gray protests
    After the Baltimore protests turned chaotic, John Angelos sat in his parked car late at night typing out tweet after tweet on his BlackBerry about the roots of the unrest. The Twitter outpouring made the Orioles executive vice president and son of...
  • Making democracy more accessible to millennials and everyone else

    Making democracy more accessible to millennials and everyone else
    It’s long been an embarrassment that the government representing the state that gave the world the iPhone, Google and Twitter sported such clunky digital tools itself. You’d think some of the innovation that spews daily from Silicon Valley...