The microblogging website didn't add any new users during the second quarter and said its revenue fell 5% from the year prior to $574 million -- its second quarterly revenue decline since going public in 2013. Shares of Twitter were tumbling 12.5% to $17.14 on Thursday morning.
In light of Twitter's TWTR less than stellar earnings report, we thought we'd ask the essential question, what would happen if Twitter disappeared?
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