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Twitter, Inc.

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  • Too much time on the smartphone calls for a Twitter hiatus

    I was seduced by Twitter, of all things, that nakedly simple social media phenom that limits messages to pretty much what you can chisel on a tombstone. At first I was put off by the brevity of Twitter, but now I find it a triumph of short-form...
  • Trending: Who is Alex from Target?

    Trending: Who is Alex from Target?
    The hashtag #Alexfromtarget became an internationally trending topic on Twitter Sunday. Twitter users have identified “Alex from Target” as @acl163, who is apparently an attractive teen who works at Target, according to the International...
  • Company trying to take credit for Alex from Target's viral fame

    Company trying to take credit for Alex from Target's viral fame
    Thousands of girls on Twitter collectively swooned when a photo of an attractive teenage boy working at Target started to circulate and eventually go viral Sunday. With tweets and retweets pouring in #AlexFromTarget started trending and it seemed...
  • 'What women want' category on 'Jeopardy' slammed for sexism

    'What women want' category on 'Jeopardy' slammed for sexism
    .@Jeopardy? For a "smart" show, you just got srsly stupid RT @DJRumspringa: ARE YOU SERIOUS @Jeopardy?? pic.twitter.com/LEZcSw8K5A #SexismIsUgly— Sophia Bush (@SophiaBush) September 29, 2014 What is a vacuum cleaner? What is Pilates? According...
  • How 'Scandal' Paved the Way for ABC's Twitter-Based '#TGIT' Marketing Strategy

    ABC hopes to power Shonda Rhimes' takeover of Thursday night this season with an army of Twitter followers. The network aims to build on "Scandal's" template by promoting the night with the hashtag "#TGIT," to focus fans on talking about "Grey's Anatomy,...
  • Miramar's Cole chooses WVU just hours after decommitting from FSU

    Miramar's Cole chooses WVU just hours after decommitting from FSU
    Once Miramar cornerback Tyrek Cole went to Twitter, the next five hours got interesting. Cole, after much speculation, used social media on Monday to “officially decommit” from Florida State. His choice created a window giving the appearance...
  • Twitter Study: Actors are a TV Show's 'Greatest Asset'

    With the new fall television season underway, Twitter is stressing to networks that the castmembers of their shows are far more powerful as a marketing tool on social media than the feeds devoted to each individual series. Shonda Rhimes' "Scandal" is...
  • Nancy Meyer: I'm looking forward to taking helm at Sentinel

    Nancy Meyer: I'm looking forward to taking helm at Sentinel
    Next Sunday I'll be doing the same thing I love to do every Sunday morning — sitting with a great cup of coffee, reading my local newspaper, checking the opinion pages, ensuring the correct placement of ads, watching my Twitter feed and tweeting...
  • Twitter exec says it's not about the money

    Twitter exec says it's not about the money
    Revenue isn’t Twitter’s main mission, according to the company’s head of global revenue, Adam Bain. “We hope to touch every person on the planet,” he said, and revenue “is a byproduct of that.” What exactly he...
  • Social media chorus shouts: Vote! Vote! Vote!

     Social media chorus shouts: Vote! Vote! Vote!
    Hours before I headed over to my polling place Tuesday, I logged into Facebook expecting the usual assortment of free-floating outrage, sappy uplift and pet photos. Instead, I got status update after status update exhorting me to vote. The updates...
  • Government requests for Facebook user data are up 24% in six months

    Government requests for Facebook data increased 24% in just six months, the social media giant said Tuesday, and nearly half of those requests came from the United States. Between January and June, governments across the globe made 34,946 requests for...