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These Are The Four Major Players Eying A Twitter Purchase

With a potential price tag of $30 billion, the companies kicking Twitter's tires need to reap big rewards. With a potential price tag of $30 billion, the companies kicking Twitter's tires need to reap big rewards. Rumors are flying that a Twitter sale may be imminent and could fetch big bucks—as much $30 billion, according to Recode. Read Full Story
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