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Nick Bilton on Twitter as an Acquisition

Nick Bilton, writing for The Hive: What happens next to Twitter is anyone’s guess. But I do know hat, for the first time, Twitter now has a Plan B. A few months ago, while reporting a feature story about the future on the company for Vanity Fair, I asked a number of executives what might happen if Dorsey, who seemed like a Hail Mary option, couldn’t urn Twitter around.
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