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Twitter, Inc.

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  • Spirit Airlines robot responds to questions on social media

    Spirit Airlines robot responds to questions on social media
    Most major airlines now employ a team of workers to respond to passenger complaints and questions that appear on social media sites such as Twitter. For example, a Southwest Airlines passenger complained on Twitter last week that his suitcase was burned...
  • Emilio Estevez trolls Hawks fans — and is winning

    Emilio Estevez trolls Hawks fans — and is winning
    When the Chicago Blackhawks defeated the Anaheim Ducks on Wednesday night, it extended the Western Conference final to a deciding Game 7. It also extended a bizarre return to the spotlight for '80s Brat Pack actor Emilio Estevez, who created a...
  • Wake up, San Francisco! Bob Saget will be on 'Fuller House'

    Wake up, San Francisco! Bob Saget will be on 'Fuller House'
    The house just got a little more crowded. Bob Saget, star of the popular late-'80s/early '90s TV show "Full House," will be returning as Danny Tanner in the Netflix reboot “Fuller House,” according to castmate John Stamos. Stamos, who will...
  • Naperville business community teaching kids career skills

    Naperville business community teaching kids career skills
    Naperville Central sophomore Alana Austin gave up social media this spring, and she says she hasn't missed a thing. Alana estimated she often spent two hours a day checking Twitter feeds or communicating with friends on Snapchat. It was a Student...
  • Michelle Quinn: The ugly side of the Internet rears its head

    It's been a week for the Internet's ugly side. On Monday, President Barack Obama's launch of his new Twitter account @POTUS (for President of the United States) was greeted with a rash of racist and hate-filled tweets. On Tuesday, it emerged that by...
  • 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...
  • Taylor Swift, remember Abbie

    Taylor Swift, remember Abbie
    Things move fast nowadays, which is something I heartily oppose. Life should be slow, at least as slow as the erosion of a granite mountain, so we all have more time to make right what we have done wrong and to cherish what we have, or have had. Today,...
  • Hyde5: Colts' McAfee in Twitter war over Tannehill deal

    Hyde5: Colts' McAfee in Twitter war over Tannehill deal
    It started as a cheeky¬†tweet by Indianapolis Pat McAfee comparing Ryan Tannehill’s new contract to Indianapolis quarterback Andrew Luck’s future one: "Well today's market showed that a 25-25 record gets you 96 million American dollars&...
  • Twitter founder feeling 'Super' as he heads in new direction

    Twitter founder feeling 'Super' as he heads in new direction
    Biz Stone knows abandoning a struggling project to try something else can be a smart move. After all, he was part of a team that dumped the seldom-heard podcasting service Odeo nearly a decade ago to work on a new idea called Twitter that transformed...
  • 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...