What Twitter CEO Dick Costolo learned at Google

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What Twitter CEO Dick Costolo learned at Google

What Twitter CEO Dick Costolo learned at Google (via Pando Daily)

By Nathaniel Mott On December 6, 2013Prior to joining Twitter, Dick Costolo spent two years working with Susan Wojcicki at Google. During those two years, he learned a few things that he would apply to his work at Twitter first as its chief operating…

Crypto Hedge Fund Three Arrows Blows Up, Others Could Follow

CryptoA few years ago, crypto hedge funds were all the rage. As cryptocurrencies rose in value, hundreds of hedge funds specializing in digital assets launched to try and capitalize on investor demand. Some of these funds recorded double-digit gains in 2020 and 2021 as cryptocurrencies surged in value. However, this year, cryptocurrencies have been under Read More

 

 



 

 

Costolo: Twitter wasn’t a shit show, it was a victim of its own success (via Pando Daily)

By Michael Carney On December 5, 2013In Twitter’s early days, the company was known seemingly more for its fail whale than it was for offering any clear value as a consumer Web product. During tonight’s PandoMontly fireside chat with CEO Dick Costolo…



Here’s why Twitter’s CEO doesn’t see the company as “the anti-Facebook” (via Pando Daily)

By Erin Griffith On December 5, 2013Twitter’s IPO was in many ways defined by what Facebook’s IPO was not. The company’s pre-IPO acquisition was a nuts-and-bolts adtech company like Mopub, not a shocking $1 billion play for a hot zero revenue…

 

 



 

 

How Twitter’s CEO closes deals (via Pando Daily)

By Carmel DeAmicis On December 5, 2013Dick Costolo launched his first companies in Chicago, where just like every new founder he had to do the long hard slog of raising money. Almost two decades later came the roadshow to take Twitter public. Speaking…



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