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As the Twitter Turns: Planning to Wrap Up Bids Before Oct. 27, Says Reuters

In the latest Twitter (TWTR) take-out speculation, Reuters’s Liana Baker and Jessica Toonkel this afternoon write that the company is telling “potential acquirers it is seeking to conclude negotiations about selling itself by the time it reports third-quarter earnings on Oct. 27th,” citing multiple unnamed sources. Twitter stock today closed up $1.35, or almost 6%, at […]
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