Social Media Newsfeed: Twitter Earnings | Chipotle Haikus

by Tim Sohn
Click here to receive the Morning Social Media Newsfeed via email. Twitter Q4 Earnings: 288 Million Monthly Active Users, $479 Million Revenue, $0.12 EPS (SocialTimes) Twitter’s fourth-quarter earnings for 2014 are out, and the all-important monthly active users number is, once again, soft. Twitter reported 288 million MAUs for Q4 2014, up just 4 million on Q3’s 284 million ...Read the full article

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