CEO Search Delay Underscores Woes at Twitter

In the fast-moving world of Silicon Valley, Twitter’s search for a new chief executive is moving at a snail’s pace, raising concerns about deeper woes at the social media platform. The San... Read more »

Tech Dinosaur to Twitter Superstar

Over the first two-and-a-half years of his papacy, Francis has transformed from a tech “dinosaur” into the first pope to regularly use Twitter, says Michael O’Loughlin, author of “The Tweetable Pope.” The... Read more »

Twitter tries to lure in users as it searches for CEO

Twitter’s most urgent task is naming a new CEO. But the most formidable one is convincing more people that its service is essential, easy to use and not just meant for celebrities,... Read more »

Twitter Lifts 140-Character Limit on Direct Messages Between Users

Twitter lifted its character limit Wednesday for direct messages between users, saying it would help make the private side of Twitter “more powerful and fun.” As a result, these private messages will... Read more »

Twitter Huddles With NFL to Tackle Audience Challenge

Twitter is huddling with the National Football League as it tackles the challenge of attracting a broader audience to its short messaging service. A two-year content and advertising deal announced Monday expands... Read more »

Twitter Interim CEO Dorsey Buys More Shares in Show of Faith

Twitter Inc interim Chief Executive Jack Dorsey joined other insiders in buying more shares in the company in a show of confidence in the stock, which traded at a record-low last week.... Read more »

Most Twitter Users Not Globally Aware

In a result that highlights the paradoxes of the modern world, a new study says Twitter users are much more likely to connect to nearby places. Geographers at the University of California... Read more »

Replying to Customers on Twitter Can Trigger More Complaints

The response by a company to a customer’s complaint on the micro-blogging site Twitter is likely to trigger many more such complaints, says a study co-authored by an Indian-origin researcher. The team... Read more »