Wall Street has sent a notification to Twitter: We want more followers. The social network giant beat financial estimates for its first quarter earnings, but fell short of expected growth in number of people using the popular social media platform. As a result, shares of Twitter dropped more than […]
As a result, shares of Twitter dropped more than 9% to $38.70, following Twitter’s earnings release after the market close. The San Francisco-based company reported that monthly active users came in at 255 million, a 25% year-over-year increase but below expectations.