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Twitter Has Never Been Stronger—or Weaker

If you listen to the financial news, and the financial markets, Twitter is floundering. The company is actively shopping itself to deep-pocketed buyers in the hopes of ending the cycle of raised expectations and dashed hopes that’s characterized its relationship with Wall Street. But a number of those potential buyers, including Disney and Microsoft, have already passed, and while Salesforce.
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