Zuckerberg will reportedly appear before Congress on data privacy
He’ll testify at a hearing on April 10th.
Twitter may open up verification to everyone
The company wants its blue checkmark to verify identity, not status.
Twitter asks for help fixing its toxicity problem
It’s asking outside experts how it can encourage healthy conversation.
Twitter made its first profit, but still can't grow its user base
The fourth quarter saw it turn a profit for the first time, but user numbers stagnated.
Twitter may copy Snapchat to make video sharing easier
It looks like another platform is turning to Snapchat for ideas.
Facebook, Twitter are under pressure to investigate #ReleaseTheMemo
Congressional leaders are requesting a report on Russian involvement by Friday.
Twitter COO Anthony Noto resigns to lead a finance startup
Noto was seen as the de-facto CEO, and was behind Twitter's push into live video.
Twitter's new hate and violence policies go into effect November 22nd
CEO Jack Dorsey is serious about getting the word out.
Twitter closes in on its first-ever profitable quarter
User numbers are up, losses are down. Is Jack Dorsey's plan working?