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Good news! Twitter isn’t the new Yahoo. It’s failing in a completely new way

For at least a year now, it’s been pretty easy to call Twitter the new Yahoo. A company that was core to the development and evolution of the consumer Internet, one beloved by many Valley insiders, and still a valuable asset. But also a perennial number two to a far stronger player (Google, for Yahoo; Facebook, for Twitter). Both too were/are valuable assets trapped inside overpriced valuations making an acquisition impossible until substantially more value was/is eroded and even then, the risk is that so much damage is done that it’s not worth an even reduced price.
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