A TechCrunch article: So, Recode reported today that Twitter was tinkering around with the idea of expanding its 140 character limit to a number a bit higher….10,000 characters. But what,...
Courtesy of the New York Business Journal:
With big tech companies sitting on large amounts of cash and valuations dropping fast on others, Merrill Lynch thinks the time is ripe for mergers and acquisitions of some well-known Internet businesses.
Twitter: The San Francisco-based company is worth two-thirds less than it was two years ago, with a market cap of about $12 billion. So it won’t be as cheap to buy as others on this list. But Merrill Lynch wrote, “Twitter is struggling with growing users and press articles have highlighted that Twitter content could be a good fit with a search engine looking for more real-time social content to index.”