Alexandra Tynion

Alexandra Tynion is the director of marketing at SeedInvest, a leading equity crowdfunding platform based in New York City. Tynion joined SeedInvest excited to help transform the start-up fundraising and investing process. She has always been interested in how entrepreneurship, business and technology impact our daily lives. Tynion graduated Georgetown University in 2012 with a major in American Studies and minor in French. Outside of SeedInvest, Tynion is the co-founder of Hark Society (Helping Activities Reach Kids), a non-profit that helps enhance education and cultivates passion in the lives of under-served children in New York City.

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Another Management Shake Up at Twitter, Another Stock Slide

Another Management Shake Up at Twitter, Another Stock Slide

This morning, another management change drove Twitter's price down almost 4%. Since Jack Dorsey replaced Dick Costolo as CEO in July, Twitter's stock has fallen 37% to near $17.

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