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Coronavirus: The Most Essential People To Follow On Twitter During The...

(Photo by Giannis Alexopoulos/NurPhoto via Getty Images)NurPhoto via Getty ImagesWhat's true, and what's not? Who should you believe, and who shouldn't...

The Flyers Are Finally Good. So Of Course The World Has...

Flyers Twitter is an odd place. I don't really mix it up much with any other teams' timelines, so I'm not sure if they're...

Twitter and Facebook Must Not Allow Trump’s Covid-19 Lies

But now we are in a different phase: The verbiage from the Orange Man in the White House has regularly involved misleading assurances about...

Twitter was once a fun place – now it is heading...

Twitter used to be full of cat memes and had a culture of sharing. Now, I pay a company to make sure my presence...

Twitter ad platform suffers tech glitches, hitting revenue; shares tumble

SAN FRANCISCO/BENGALURU (Reuters) - Twitter Inc posted worse-than-expected quarterly revenue and profit on Thursday, plagued by technical issues that hurt its advertising, and unusually...

Nissan’s new COO Ashwani Gupta is a Japanophile

'I came to Japan with my family on March 11, 2011, when all the expats went back because of fear of the earthquake. I...

Twitter admits users data may have been used for advertising

Microblogging platform Twitter has admitted that users data like email addresses and phone numbers that had been provided by them for security purposes may...

Twitter says user data meant for security purposes may have been...

(Reuters) - Twitter Inc said on Tuesday email addresses and phone numbers uploaded by users to meet its security requirements may have...

Tesla investors regain confidence in a quieter Elon Musk as all...

Tesla investors are regaining confidence in a quieter Elon Musk - even as they question the company's ability to hit its production goals for...

How to Write a Professional Twitter Bio

Should your Twitter account reflect your personal life, or your professional expertise? Arguably, the answer is "both"-but it isn't always easy to figure out...