Twitter Stock

twitter.comConsumer & Lifestyle / SocialFounded: 2006

X, formerly known as Twitter, is a social media platform that allows users to communicate with others, known as "followers" or peers within their network. X allows users to communicate through a variety of methods such as text, image sharing, push notifications, within its mobile application, and via SMS. In addition to providing user communications, the platform also uses ad-tech to market relevant products and services to its users.

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News Highlights

Subscribers on X (formerly Twitter) can hide their blue check marks now
X users who subscribe to the “Blue” service now have the option to hide their check mark, according to a recently updated Twitter Help article.
X reorganizes trust and safety team under Musk, CEO Yaccarino
X owner Elon Musk and Chief Executive Linda Yaccarino will both oversee the trust and safety team at the company formerly known as Twitter, the social media concern said on Monday. X's product and engineering team will report to Musk, while Yaccarino will oversee all other divisions, including human resources, legal, finance, sales and operations, X said.
Twitter is now X. Here's what that means.
The internet is abuzz as the app formerly known as Twitter announced a name change last week. now redirects to; the company's headquarters now sports a flashing X where there was once was a bird logo, and the app now appears as "X" in the Apple and Google app stores.
Updated on: Dec 6, 2023


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