Is It Time for Twitter to Fire Jack Dorsey?

Published November 30, 2020 94 Views

Rumble Twitter's stock price saw a sizable dip after the company's Q3 2020 earnings report indicated slowing user growth and called advertiser behavior “hard to predict”. Alex discusses why he thinks Twitter needs a change at the CEO position and explains why flat user growth and engagement is a grim indicator for the micro-blogging social platform. He goes on to detail Twitter's recent censorship issues, lack of innovation, and seemingly partisan stance throughout the election.

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Originally Aired: 11/03/20
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00:00 - Subscribe for Tech & Business News Daily
00:29 - Twitter Q3 2020 Earnings Report
01:03 - User Growth Estimates
01:48 - Twitter Partisanship
02:34 - Letter to Shareholders
03:18 - Flat Engagement = Tech Death
04:21 - Leadership Issues?
04:54 - No Other Options?
05:57 - No Product Innovation
06:49 - Lost Billion in Market Cap

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