Adam Bain, a Twitter exec since 2010, is leaving the company. He served as COO for the past year and a half, after serving as the microblogging platform's revenue chief for half a decade.
Twitter today unveiled Moments, the long-rumored content-curation feature that industry observers believed for the last several weeks would be called Project Lightning.
Twitter today named co-founder and interim chief Jack Dorsey as its permanent CEO. The San Francisco-based company also elevated Adam Bain to chief operating officer from his former role as president of global revenue and partnerships.
Twitter revenue chief Adam Bain was quick to dodge a question about the possibility that he's in the running to be the company's next CEO during a panel at the Dmexco conference in Cologne, Germany, that kicked off today.
Twitter saw ad sales rise last quarter, leading to better-than-expected revenue, but the interim CEO Jack Dorsey, co-founder of the company, said user growth is still too slow.The San Francisco tech company released Q2 earnings today, including ad sales that were up 63 percent year over year for the quarter, hitting $452 million. Overall, revenue reached $502 million.
CANNES, France–He could be Twitter's next CEO, so it was a perfect time for Adam Bain's talk on innovation and to hear his thoughts on everything from creative corporate culture to the Twitter accounts he follows.
Who will lead Twitter after Dick Costolo steps down as CEO on July 1? Some of the possible external candidates being bandied about today seem like longshots, chiefly Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg and AOL CEO Tim Armstrong, who would both be difficult and expensive to pry away from their current employers.
The ad industry is looking for whatever clues it can get about the future of Twitter after CEO Dick Costolo handed temporary authority to co-founder Jack Dorsey
If you’re an ad industry player who has watched National Football League games in the last few weeks, you’ve probably noted that McDonald