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Twitter's shares got their biggest bump in two years on Friday as it was reported to be talking with several tech companies - including Alphabet's Google and Salesforce.com - about being bought.
A tweet by Donald Trump Jr, the presidential candidate’s son, has provoked outrage.
European fans of American Football will have the chance to watch tonight’s NFL game for free on Twitter.
Advertising agencies are turning to Instagram more frequently than Twitter for social media ad campaigns, according to a new survey.
Online debate raged in Germany on Wednesday after supporters of anti-Islam group Pegida criticised a confectioner’s decision to print images of
Twitter won't comment on a Bloomberg report users will soon be able to write longer tweets as it plans to stop including photos and links as part of its 140 character limit.
A Dutch journalist, who is an outspoken critic of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, was taken for questioning then barred from leaving Turkey after
Euronews has selected various tweets and videos marking the 90th birthday of Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II. Many happy returns!! The birthday balloon
German authorities are investigating whether a satirical TV presenter who allegedly “insulted” Turkey’s President Erdoğan could face charges. Jan
A man from London has been charged by police with inciting after sending a tweet in which he says he asked a Muslim woman to explain the Brussels
It is exactly 10 years since Twitter came into being, during which time the social media website has had a big impact on internet culture but its financial road had been a rocky one.
Stereotypes die hard. People who live up to them in one way or another are often not even aware of what they’re doing. A hashtag aiming to mock the
Twitter's share price fell again after it announced there was no growth in the number of people using its service during the past quarter.
Twitter Inc said it had suspended over 125,000 accounts since mid-2015 for “threatening or promoting terrorist acts, primarily related to
The World Bank has slashed its forecast for oil prices, saying the cost of a barrel of crude will stay near the current lows for the rest of 2016
Four senior Twitter executives are leaving the struggling media company amid concern the company has failed to significantly boost its user base.
The social network site Twitter went offline across swathers of the globe on Tuesday. The technical issues appeared most prevalent in Europe
Tributes poured in on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and other social network feeds to celebrate the life and death of David Bowie. The singer lost
Cologne Mayor Henriette Reker is facing ridicule and outrage for urging women to stay ‘an arm’s length’ from strangers for their own safety after
The leader of France’s far right National Front, Marine Le Penn could face an investigation by French authorities for pictures she posted on her
This year December is very important for the world’s two most powerful central banks as during this month they decide on their monetary policy. The
Among the questions being asked in the aftermath of the Paris attacks by ISIL is how much support the group has worldwide. A strong indication came
Parisians took to Twitter to try to help those on the streets as the evening’s terror attacks unfolded. Some asked for help, giving their location
German finance minister Wolfgang Schäuble has caused a political storm by his comments on the migrant crisis. In an apparent swipe at his boss Angela
Russia has reportedly warned Twitter that it must store Russian users’ data in Russia. A new law that came into effect in September requires internet
Twitter is to lay off up to eight percent of its workforce – 336 employees – in an effort to revive growth. The job cuts, mainly in the company’s
Struggling with revenue, its stock price halved over the past 12 months and shaken by a recent top management reshuffle, Twitter is on the prowl for
The Air France crisis – graphically illustrated by physical assaults on two directors apparently by staff members angry over restructuring plans –
Saudi Arabian billionaire Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal and his investment company have increased their stake in Twitter to more than five percent