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Twitter’s Stock Price Falls On Report Of Snags In Sale Process

Twitter shares are down about 13% in late morning trading following a Bloomberg report over the weekend that its leading potential bidders — including — have backed away. The social media company reportedly cancelled a board meeting to consider offers. Disney, Google and Apple — the other companies seen as possible bidders — dropped out of the picture by late last week.
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