How Wall Street is ruining Twitter

This is what happens when a company tries to appease the almighty stock market

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Twitter may be in for a shakeup.

Interim CEO Jack Dorsey — who also founded the company — was on an earnings call this week, looking to assuage investors' worries. He laid out a series of planned changes to boost Twitter's traditionally slow user growth, including new algorithms to rank tweets in people's feeds by relevance instead of date and time, and using human editors to curate tweets on unfolding news events and trending topics.

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