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The social media channel's shares are down more than 25% after an error by Nasdaq exposed the company's earnings prematurely.
Revenue rose 74% from a year ago, but missed analysts' estimates by $20 million. Twitter also lowered second-quarter sales projections.
Corporate sites which aren’t optimized for smartphones’ smaller screens could see their ranks downgraded in mobile search.
“Individuals aren’t the only ones who don’t like checks,” the company said. “They’re inconvenient for businesses too."
Social Finance, already valued at $1.3 billion, may be the next big peer-to-peer lending IPO.
A new tech bubble seems to be inflating. But when it pops, it should cause less damage than the dotcom crash of 2000.
Under a bill introduced in Congress this week, businesses that try to punish consumers who post negative reviews online could be fined.
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