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The most epic Fail Whale of all: What if nobody wants to buy Twitter?

After years of being the subject of criticism over an endless list of business and strategic pratfalls, Twitter may be on the verge of receiving the worst insult of all: Nobody wants to buy it. That would be a staggering, almost unimaginable rebuke to a company that investors currently value at $17.4 billion. But that, […]
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