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Twitter shares are getting pounded again on reports that bidders have lost interest (TWTR)

Twitter shares continued sliding on Monday following a report that bids for the struggling company are unlikely. Bloomberg reported on Friday that potential suitors including Google, Salesforce, and Walt Disney are unlikely to make a bid. Citing a person familiar with the matter, the report said a board meeting that was scheduled with outside advisers to discuss a sale was cancelled on Friday.
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