Things aren’t going so well for Twitter. Back in 2013 — around the time that the company had a flashy IPO offering — the company was worth $40 billion and was one of the biggest unicorns in the tech world. It had potential, and investors were keen on seeing it grow. Flash forward two years and the company is now worth just one quarter of that, valued at $10 billion. It looks small compared to new giants like Uber, and stocks are at a record low as investors display pessimistic attitudes in front of the company’s fourth quarter earnings call on Wednesday. What happened?…

This story continues at The Next Web
Source: The Next Web


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here