While ad revenue growth is slowing down, experts don't see a decline coming.
Social media giant OKs "unbelievably fast" deal with world's richest person. Many observers remain uncertain of what drove his decision.
Elon Musk said he wanted to own and privatize Twitter because he thinks it’s not living up to its potential as a platform for free speech.
Shareholder rights plans, as they are also known, are used to fend off takeovers, like Elon Musk's bid for Twitter.
Musk has been an avid user — and critic — of the social media platform for years. The brand could use some "shaking up," one analyst says.
However, the Facebook Oversight Board also said “was not appropriate for Facebook to impose an ‘indefinite’ suspension.”
Marketplace host Kai Ryssdal and Andrew CM from Valuables by Cent experiment with turning a tweet into a non-fungible token.
Social media companies are now in the business of trying to swat down misinformation, as is clear from the 2020 election.
Legislation to tighten the oversight of internet content may be coming.