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Posting results 'not as a bad as we thought' has become a successful strategy. It worked for Bristol.
Stock losses accelerate heading into the market close on Thursday after defensive names slip on a spike in Treasury yields.
Twitter (TWTR) will cut its workforce by 9%, the company announced alongside its 2016 third quarter results on Thursday morning.
The NFL has seen ratings decline in recent months, but sources say it's just a blip on the radar screen of a league that has a number of other catalysts.
Stocks hold mixed on Thursday afternoon as Bristol-Myers Squibb and Celgene push health care higher, while defensive names slip on a spike in Treasury yields.
Though Twitter's results beat expectations, a lack of sales guidance is worrying. Plus, the company might be getting a temporary boost from this year's election.
The longer we go without much progress, the more inclined players are to move to the sidelines.
Twitter's earnings report showed advertising growth remains a concern, according to one analyst.
Twitter (TWTR) stock is getting a boost Thursday as third quarter earnings were better than expected.
U.S. stocks fluctuated as a post-earnings rally in Twitter shares faded.
O'Shares Investments Chairman and CNBC's Shark Tank investor Kevin O'Leary thinks Twitter (TWTR) stock will drop to $12 per share.
Twitter (TWTR) said today it will shut down its video-sharing platform Vine in the coming months, but will keep the app and website running so users can download content.
Twitter (TWTR) reported an earnings and revenue beat for the 2016 third quarter this morning.
The social media company has been unable to generate enough advertising revenue to satisfy investors. The number of Twitter (TWTR) users also isn't growing fast enough.
Stocks fluctuate by late Thursday morning as a rally in Twitter shares fades.
Jim Cramer comments on Twitter's latest quarterly results.
This is what we need to stop treading water and move this market to a tradable low.
Twitter's (TWTR) quarter wasn't as terrible as feared, Jim Cramer says.
Twitter (TWTR) is taking the steps towards profitability now that it should have taken several quarters ago, Wedbush Securities analyst Michael Pacheter told BloombergTV.
U.S. stocks inched higher on the heels of better-than-expected earnings reports.
Buzzfeed senior technology reporter Alex Kantrowitz says Twitter (TWTR) is now entering into the acceptance stage of the grieving process.
Twitter's Jack Dorsey says he has a plan for long term growth, but the company is laying off workers and still losing money.
Recode managing editor Ed Lee says Twitter's (TWTR) Q3 earnings beat was due to low expectations.
The move will beef up its mobile security offerings as consumers and businesses continue to show concern over the interconnectivity of devices.
Stock futures rise Thursday morning after Tesla and Twitter each surpass analysts' estimates in their recent quarters.
The social media company posts sales of $616 million and says it will cut 9% of its global workforce.
Twitter (TWTR) reported better-than-expected results for the 2016 third quarter before today's market open.
As if struggling revenue and user growth weren't enough, Twitter executives now have a lawsuit to deal with.