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Will Twitter’s 25% stock drop lure potential buyers back in?

With possibly only two weeks left in the Twitter sweepstakes, the best news for the company’s sales prospects may be some bad news. The company has reportedly said it wants a deal in place by the time it reports earnings on Oct. 27. But over the past week, as news emerged that virtually ever rumored […]
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