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Why Suitors Are Leaving Twitter At The Altar

For those who have followed my prior reports on Twitter (TWTR), news  last week that Alphabet (GOOGL), Apple (AAPL), and Disney (DIS) are unlikely to bid for the firm should come as no surprise. I think these companies (and many investors) are doing the same work I have done and simply cannot stomach paying anywhere […]
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