Prominent venture capitalist and early Twitter investor Chris Sacca wants Twitter to sell itself.
The "Shark Tank" star told Bloomberg TV's Emily Chang on Tuesday that he is "disappointed" with CEO Jack Dorsey and has sold many of his shares.
Sacca has been especially vocal about his hopes and fears for Twitter for over the past year and a half. In June 2015 he published a lengthy, scathing critique of the company in which he said Twitter had "failed to tell its own story to investors and users" and was consequently "suffering through a seemingly endless negative press cycle.
Twitter's search for a permanent CEO is now in its fourth month with no apparent end in sight, and there are growing signs of impatience. On Friday, early investor Chris Sacca unleashed yet another tweetstorm urging the board to ap...
Chris Sacca and Bob Peck want to see a "triumvirate" of power at Twitter: Jack Dorsey as CEO, Adam Bain as President, and Ev Williams as Executive Chairman.
Twitter investor Chris Sacca called on the company's board of directors to put an end to a lengthy executive search that has frustrated Wall Street.
SAN FRANCISCO - Calling Jack Dorsey "the heart and soul of Twitter," Twitter investor Chris Sacca called on the company's board of directors to appoint Dorsey as chief executive and put an end to a lengthy executive search that has ...