they are idiots. just listen to them.
too bad. so much potential and so little promise
Really a shame that the guys running this company are so DUMB
I have always liked the potential of the product but have not thought management was up to the job and have been negative on the stock. The issue is still management, but right now longs who stayed should be rewarded. The sooner Dorsey and the board is removed the better.
The 1/2 time president will say he hasn't had time to work on being CEO. So TWTR missed estimates and will not have a good next quarter. This is because they are being beaten in the market place as competitors are taking up all advertising space and other products limiting their growth. Bad situation.
Management has made no progress at any level over the past 3 months. Look for a lousy report and a sell off in the stock. Why they do nothing I don't know but it is what it is
TWTR is dead if these guys hand around. They are toxic. Perhaps answer is Carl Ichan
Yes it is my opinion. I am not happy with it. But management will not change. They are happy with what they have. I cannot see a buyer wanting to buy this mess at this price. It would be great if a buyer came along, but I do not see it coming.
They are so arrogant that do not see the need for change. The product will simply stay as it is and will gradually become less relevant to users. Its a shame but true.
When these institutions wake up they will sell.
FB closing in on $100. TWTR is headed to 20s. And TWTR management is pleased about their strategy. What planet are they on. The world is moving on and leaving TWTR in the dust. An arrogant management the problem
This industry is robust. Yet TWTR goes nowhere. Reason: Intellectually bankrupt management. They talk about improvements but do nothing. A great brand without adult leadership.
Someone is try to take this asset private at a price well below market value. Do shareholders have any protections?
If grown-ups actually ran Twitter, it could be a valuable business given the sheer volume of Tweets. Twitter derives 90% of its revenue from advertising, but those revenues fell sequentially in the first quarter, and there seems to be no plan for greater monetization. Perhaps more capable management in an acquiring company could fix that, but present management is not exactly making the company more attractive to potential suitors by printing shares. This was posted by Jim Collins. I like the comment, "If adults were running TWTR...,"
I am a little worried that the potential of their assets may not be fully realized. Are their experiences enough to handle manufacturing (maybe in large quantity), quality control, marketing, etc.
Management still doesn't get it. And they will not. The real potential of this company will never achieved by this board and management team. Everyone sees the need for change except the board and management.