Twitter may be cleaning up its books for a new round of buyers

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Twitter may be cleaning up its books for a new round of buyers

Gigi Douban Oct 27, 2016
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Twitter announced a nine percent cut to its workforce and slowing revenue growth today. The layoffs follow the collapse of talks with various suitors, including Salesforce. What’s Twitter’s plan now? Is it to clean up its balance sheet for a fire sale? Aside from a questionable community of trolls, what does Twitter have to offer?

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