Wednesday, July 15, 2015

Twitter Shares Jump After Faked Bloomberg Report - The New York Times

Tangentially, see New Pew data: More Americans are getting news on Facebook and Twitter (NiemanLab)

"Still, the company has said that while it will consider acquisition bids it deems interesting, it plans to remain independent.

When asked about the false report at Fortune’s Brainstorm Tech conference Tuesday in Aspen, Colo., Evan Williams, Twitter’s co-founder and a board member, said: “There’s probably all kinds of legal things I have to know in order to answer that question properly, so I’m just going to say that, as I said before, there is incredible potential in Twitter and blah blah blah ... the board will do what it’s supposed to do.”"
Twitter Shares Jump After Faked Bloomberg Report - The New York Times
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