Motley Fool  Aug 26  Comment 
No, the social network is not gearing up for a massive rebound. Here are three big reasons why the stock is likely to stay down for the long haul.
Benzinga  Aug 25  Comment 
Donald Trump put his foot his in mouth via Twitter Inc (NYSE: TWTR) again. Back on November 1, 2015, Trump Tweeted, "Jeb's new slogan - 'Jeb can fix it'. I never thought of Jeb as a crook! Stupid message, the word 'fix' is not a good one to...
Motley Fool  Aug 18  Comment 
Twitter wants its users to post branded stickers on their photos -- but I doubt that they’ll comply.
Yahoo  Aug 15  Comment 
These are the stocks posting the largest moves before the bell.
Motley Fool  Aug 14  Comment 
Twitter, FireEye, and Fitbit aren’t contrarian buys -- they’re falling knives.
Benzinga  Aug 5  Comment 
Twitter Inc's (NYSE: TWTR) stock took a nosedive from $18.50 to as low as $15.69 on the day after the company reported disappointing Q2 earnings numbers and forward guidance on July 26. However, only eight trading days later, the stock is now...
Motley Fool  Aug 4  Comment 
And management is treading lightly on how it tells investors.
Benzinga  Aug 3  Comment 
Bob Peck and his team at SunTrust don't believe Twitter Inc (NYSE: TWTR) is up for sale, responding to reports that Steve Ballmer and Saudi Arabian Prince Al-Waleed bin Talal were interested in acquiring the social media company for $22 to $26 per...
Clusterstock  Aug 3  Comment 
Twitter stock is up nearly 9% in midday trading on Wednesday on market chatter of a potential acquisition. The rumored buyers: former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer and Saudi Arabia's Prince  Al-Waleed bin Talal. But according to SunTrust...
Motley Fool  Aug 3  Comment 
It's not easy to find legal streams of live sports online -- especially if you don't have a cable or satellite package -- but Twitter is making it easier.


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Tweeter Home Entertainment Group, Inc. (Tweeter) is a specialty consumer electronics retailer providing audio and video solutions for the home and mobile environment. As of September 30, 2006, the Company operated 153 stores in 22 states under the Tweeter, Sound Advice, hifi buys and Showcase Home Entertainment names. These included 116 Tweeter stores located in New England, the Mid-Atlantic, the Southeast, Chicago, Texas, Southern California and Las Vegas; 24 Sound Advice stores in Florida; 9 hifi buys stores in the Southeast, and 4 Showcase Home Entertainment stores in Phoenix. The Company operates in a single business segment of retailing audio, video and mobile consumer electronics products. In June 2007, the Company filed voluntary petitions for reorganization under Chapter 11 of the United States Bankruptcy Code. In July, 2007, Schultze Asset Management, LLC acquired Tweeter.


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