Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey just made some big management changes at his company, but he may want to rethink his own role, according to Ronald Orol, Senior Editor with TheDeal. Orol says the stock prices of both Twitter, and Square, the company Dorsey runs, continue to fall and are trading at or below their initial offering prices. Orol says that if Twitter’s share price continues to fall, it could become the target of an activist investor that might push for the sale of the company or Dorsey’s ouster. According to Orol, potential buyers include Facebook (FB), Yahoo (YHOO), News Corp. (NWSA), Alphabet (GOOG), Alibaba (BABA), and Microsoft (MSFT).
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