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All equal pay fights are created equal, but some are more equal than others.
While many founders, executives and investors are raking in fortunes on their startups, these people have missed out big time.
Twitter TV Ratings offer all-new analytics surrounding exactly how much we love 'Breaking Bad' and other shows.
A new Twitter feature, set to launch in November, may be a game changer for internet TV and online advertising.
Our Ask the Expert this month is digital-marketing guru, Ian Lurie. Check out what he thinks businesses absolutely need in their social-media marketing strategies.
A book written by a New York Times writer says Dorsey's role as a founder may have been overhyped.
Twitter needs diversity on its board, but not in the way you might think.
After a New York Times story critiqued Twitter for having zero women on its board, the social network's CEO aired his opinions -- leading to a social media-infused grudge match.
With the IPO set, Twitter's venture capital investors, longtime employees and other stockholders are about to become very wealthy.
Twitter made its S-1 filing available to the public on Thursday, lifting the veil on its initial public offering plans.
What Donald Trump, Martha Stewart and Other Entrepreneurs Tweeted About the U.S. Government Shutdown
Politics and business don't always mix but these owners spoke out about the shutdown.
A new law gives people under the age of 18 an 'eraser button' to delete embarrassing, crude or cruel online posts that could follow them into adulthood and employment.
Not wanting a repeat of Facebook's botched IPO, Twitter reportedly plans to list itself on the New York Stock Exchange when it makes its market debut.
If you've been feeling lost while navigating the sometimes strange world of Twitter, this information should help.
Jay Z bails on the Nets, parsing the weird productivity tips of historical figures, Twitter and GoDaddy get together, online merchants ditch credit-card processing, tips for delivering a knockout speech. This week's notable news and tantalizing tidbits for entrepreneurs.
According to a ruling on Tuesday, anything you Like on Facebook can't and won't be used against you -- in a court of law or anywhere else.
Computer scientists have found that angry messages spread faster on social media than messages of sadness, disgust, even joy.
When it comes to tweeting -- or heck, even emailing or calling -- attempt at least three times, says Ilise Benun of Marketing Mentor.
The social network announced its confidential filing for an initial public offering via a tweet. It's showing signs it learned from Facebook's IPO.
For verified users, a new feature filters spam mentions and can show only mentions from others who are also verified.
Twitter has filed to go public, though potential investors will have to wait a bit to get a sense of its financials.
The 7-year-old social network has been snapping up companies left and right as it expands into mobile, analytics and social television.
Your tweets may already grab attention, but as they say, there's always room for improvement. Test out a few of these tips.
Buzzfeed, CNN, NBC's Today Show, BSkyB and Slate will be the first media outlets with access to the applications, which are a seen as a thinly-veiled move to encroach on Twitter's dominance as the forum for real-time conversations.
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