Twitter Inc (NYSE:TWTR) Co-Founder and Jelly Industries CEO Biz Stone spoke with FOX Business Network’s (FBN) Deirdre Bolton about Twitter CFO Anthony Noto’s accidental tweet about a potential acquisition, saying, “If I still worked there I would be giving him so much crap it would be hilarious.” Stone went on to say, “I’ve done some pretty bad accidental public tweets that were supposed to be direct messages. I’ve had DM fails myself” and that it has been something that “since the beginning of Twitter we were always talking about should DM’s be their own separate thing or should they be in.”

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On Twitter CFO Anthony Noto’s accidental tweet regarding a potential acquisition:

“If I still worked there I would be giving him so much crap it would be hilarious. But, you know, I’ve done the same thing. I’ve done some pretty bad accidental public tweets that were supposed to be direct messages. I’ve had DM fails myself. It’s something that sort of since the beginning of Twitter we were always talking about should DM’s be their own separate thing or should they be in, what should we do, people really like them, but sometimes they screw them up. It’s one of those features that a ton of people like and most people do it right and occasionally they make a mistake and usually when they make a mistake it’s kind of funny actually.”

On Twitter CEO Dick Costolo and the many recent changes at Twitter:

“Maybe it’s more than usual or maybe they just have a really hot spotlight on them so it seems more than usual. I’m kind of on the fence about that. Yes, I’m totally supportive of Dick and all his decisions. We hired Dick, we were thrilled we were even able to get Dick. We didn’t think we would be able to get him. We’ve known him for years. He is a startup guy, he’s funny, which was key. You gotta be funny in a role like that and you know, I’m just really proud that he is running Twitter and that he has decided to take on all – take it all on. He’s decided to make everything his responsibility, so if something fails it’s his fault. Buck stops with Dick. And I think that’s fantastic. I think what he’s doing is great and I think the long view – if you’re zooming in and looking at Twitter everyday you’re going to see all these things they’re going to seem crazy, but if you look – think decades out these are tiny little things that don’t matter in the long run.”

On which company Twitter should acquire:

“Oh, I don’t know, that’s for them to decide. I have no idea what the current strategy for acquisitions is.”