The microblogging website didn't add any new users during the second quarter and said its revenue fell 5% from the year prior to $574 million -- its second quarterly revenue decline since going public in 2013. Shares of Twitter were tumbling 12.5% to $17.14 on Thursday morning.
In light of Twitter's TWTR less than stellar earnings report, we thought we'd ask the essential question, what would happen if Twitter disappeared?
Breaking down an approach to the long side of this biotech stock.
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