Despite reports that it had lost interest in the company, it appears Salesforce may still want to buy Twitter as the two companies are still involved in negotiations, The New York Times reported on Monday.
Amid uncertainty of the possible acquisition, morale at Twitter has declined so much, that some employees have stopped showing up for work, the report said.
"Rank-and-file staff members are frustrated about being in the dark on the company’s future," The Times' Mike Isaac wrote.
The company tries to forge ahead despite a constantly shifting chess match of deal discussions and considerations.
The cloud computing company hasn't bowed out yet, according to the New York Times, despite investors' apparent disapproval.
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....
It’s no secret that Twitter is open to acquisition offers, but a new report suggests that the social network has received expressions of interest from at least two notable tech companies — Google and Salesforce. According to CNBC, T...