COLOGNE, Germany—The future of Twitter may be live, but CEO and co-founder Jack Dorsey couldn't make it to Dmexco to give his speech in person. Instead, Dorsey held a video conference with WPP CEO Martin Sorrell this morning to talk about livestreaming, revenue, growth challenges and where Twitter plans to invest going forward.
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It appears Jack Dorsey, Twitter's interim CEO and co-founder, will be back in charge at the social-media company soon.
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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
Twitter CEO Dick Costolo stepped down today from his leadership post at one of the Web's top companies, where his leadership has been under scrutiny for months. In a dramatic return, co-founder Jack Dorsey, also CEO at payments company Square, is taking over as interim CEO, according to Twitter.