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  1. Snoop Dogg Wants to Be the Next Twitter CEO

    7:23 am 6/12/2015

    The rapper started a #SnoopforCEO campaign, which has led to plenty of jokes.Read more

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  2. Twitter Dropping 140-Character Limit on Direct Messages

    5:23 pm 6/11/2015

    Starting in July, Twitter will allow people to send longer messages through its private direct messaging feature. Read more

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  3. Twitter CEO Dick Costolo Stepping Down

    1:17 pm 6/11/2015

    Co-founder Jack Dorsey will serve as interim CEO effective July 1. Read more

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  4. 'The Walking Dead,' Super Bowl Reign Over TV Season on Twitter

    6:09 pm 5/29/2015

    The finale of freshman Fox drama 'Empire' was the most tweeted series episode, with 2.4 million tweets reaching an audience of 5.9 million people. Read more

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  5. Russia Threatens to Block Facebook, Twitter, Google For Failing to Report Political Bloggers

    11:49 pm 5/21/2015

    The U.S. Internet giants are told they must comply with a new law that says bloggers with more than 3,000 readers a day must be tracked.Read more

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  6. Cannes: Are Periscope and Meerkat Threats to the Fest?

    11:30 pm 5/13/2015

    Live streaming apps could mean Cannes' exclusive world premieres will be online as soon as they hit the Croisette. Read more

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  7. Seven Top Authors Talk Twitter Tips and Social Media's Effects on Literature

    7:00 am 5/10/2015

    Plus: Who to follow online, as suggested by Lemony Snicket, Jackie Collins, Eric Jerome Dickey, Jonathan Evison, Celeste Ng, Anna Todd and Lauren Beukes.Read more

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  8. Twitter Shares Plunge 18 Percent After Leaked Financial Information

    1:07 pm 4/28/2015

    The company's quarterly results were mixed, but some details surfaced about an hour before the results were scheduled for release.Read more

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  9. Twitter CEO Dick Costolo Was Paid $175,399 in 2014

    2:54 pm 4/20/2015

    As CFO, the incoming executive, Anthony Noto, was paid $72.8 million.Read more

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  10. HBO Criticizes Periscope Over 'Game of Thrones' Live Streams, Issues Takedown Notices

    1:21 pm 4/14/2015

    Several users of the Twitter-owned live-streaming app were broadcasting the 'Game of Thrones' fifth-season premiere on Sunday night. Read more

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