- CNBC•16 minutes ago
After a full year with co-founder Jack Dorsey back as CEO, Twitter is struggling with growth and still can't seem to please Wall Street.
- American City Business Journals•24 minutes ago
According to a new study, some of the largest social media sites may be dealing with an increasingly restless user base — prompting advertisers, and the businesses who run them, to put their money elsewhere. The American Consumer Satisfaction Index, which tracks opinions of search engines, news outlets, social media sites and other 'e-businesses,' found that consumers view Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn more negatively than in years past. Join the conversation: Follow @SFBusinessTimes on Twitter, "Like" us on Facebook and sign up for our free email newsletters.
After hours: 16.45-2.00 (-10.84%) as of 6:12 PM EDT
|Bid||16.32 x 100|
|Ask||16.34 x 900|
|52wk Range||13.73 - 36.67|
|Day's Range||18.16 - 18.65|
|Avg Vol (3m)||22,978,979|
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