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Twitter's stock dives 14% as buyout interest reportedly cools

Twitter Inc.’s stock fell sharply in early trading Monday amid speculation that potential buyers of the unprofitable social media company were losing interest in a pursuing a deal. Twitter was down 14.4% to $17 a share around 8 a.m. PDT after Bloomberg, citing unidentified sources, reported that...
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