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A Rare Bird: These Are The Potential Scenarios For Twitter's Future

Its stock tumbling and potential suitors losing interest, the social network's fate is the talk of Silicon Valley. Its stock tumbling and potential suitors losing interest, the social network's fate is the talk of Silicon Valley. It's the latest guessing game in Silicon Valley: What will happen to Twitter? Though the company continues to grow its revenue, losses are mounting and it hasn't meaningfully increased its user base in the last year.
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