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Twitter, Inc.

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  • Twitter buying Niche, a social-media 'influencer' marketing start-up

    Twitter buying Niche, a social-media 'influencer' marketing start-up
    Twitter has been losing out on a chunk of ad revenue because some advertisers have been striking deals directly with social media stars. But Twitter said Wednesday it had agreed to acquire Niche, a start-up that connects advertisers with some of the...
  • Correction: Deep Space Observatory story

    In a story Feb. 11 about the launch of a space observatory, The Associated Press reported erroneously where the booster rocket landed in the ocean. SpaceX chief Elon Musk said via Twitter that the rocket landed within 10 meters of the target, not 10...
  • Ring Posts Roundup: RAW cancellation, plus how to build the International Title

    Ring Posts Roundup: RAW cancellation, plus how to build the International Title
    On this week’s Roundup, we’ll take a look at a wild Monday for the WWE, a build for a possible Wrestlemania match happening over Twitter, and former WWE stars showing up elsewhere. - Monday had to be up there amongst the oddest days in WWE...
  • Twitter users respond to 'Suge' Knight arrest

    Twitter users respond to 'Suge' Knight arrest
    Rap mogul Marion “Suge” Knight has had his share of trouble with the law, with Thursday’s fatal driving incident and his subsequent arrest on suspicion of murder being just one in a long line of allegations and convictions associated...
  • Snapchat to debut its own weekly series, partners with Funny or Die

    Snapchat to debut its own weekly series, partners with Funny or Die
    Snapchat isn’t just a Los Angeles technology start-up these days. It’s also a media production company, and one that counts a Spielberg and a Goldwyn on its crew. On Saturday, Snapchat plans to debut a weekly, five-minute show called “...
  • Can evil automated switchboards really be improved?

     Can evil automated switchboards really be improved?
    The automated switchboard, that most satanic of corporate innovations, isn't going away even though the vast majority of consumers despise it. In fact, the technology may play an even greater role in your life by migrating to your cellphone. First,...
  • Social media buzz the new barometer of a hit

    Social media buzz the new barometer of a hit
    On Tuesday, while the world was otherwise occupied, an unsigned Brooklyn R&B band called Phony Ppl with a scant 6,800 Twitter followers released an album called "Yesterday's Tomorrow." The album was two years in the making, and its 15 songs connect the...
  • Deondre Francois talks about Twitter account being 'hacked'

    Deondre Francois talks about Twitter account being 'hacked'
    Everything was going along quite routinely on Thursday afternoon for Deondre Francois, until someone, as he puts it, "hacked," his Twitter account. The tweet from the Bradenton IMG Academy quarterback's Twitter account @Deondre_3 read, "I'm officially...
  • When supermodels attack: Chrissy Teigen takes on Katie Cassidy of 'Arrow'

    Sure, Chrissy Teigen and Katie Cassidy were the ones tangling on Twitter over the weekend, but it looks as if the whole girl fight over Erin Andrews was Stephen Amell's fault.  ".@ErinAndrews should ask Richard Sherman why he stayed on the field while...
  • In an emerging downtown, 'DTLA' makes strong initial impression

    In an emerging downtown, 'DTLA' makes strong initial impression
    Alan Valentin slips off his bulky headphones. He's checking out a new art gallery/fashion boutique/event venue — a cavernous space where bass-heavy music reverberates off pristine white walls — that recently opened on Broadway in downtown L.A....
  • How terrorist hackers are ruffling the U.S. military

    Pentagon officials have started calling retired generals to let them know that their home addresses, private emails and other personal information appeared in a document that was publicized globally by a group claiming to support the Islamic State....