Dick Costolo

The need to fix Twitter's growth problems appears to outweigh doubts over Dorsey's job juggling.
I barely knew him and I was sitting here for hours composing a three line email to ask him to please, pretty please write
Before we go and talk about Twitter's impending doom, let's take a look at just how important, engaging and socially relevant it is today.
It does not take much to put two and two together here and realize that pecking out 140 characters in text is probably going the way of the rotary dial telephone. So hand it to Dick Costolo. He knew when to get out.
Twitter CEO Dick Costolo stepped down Wednesday, six weeks after the company reported poor earnings that drove its shares
CEO Dick Costolo is stepping down. Co-founder Jack Dorsey will serve as interim chief.
Twitter's troll problem is not new, and by their own admission it has been a huge issue. Twitter is a private platform, just like comment sections in news outlets, so it can control the trolling any way it wishes, but it hasn't.
Mark Zuckerberg is rapidly collecting a portfolio of dominant, social media properties - each performing nicely on its' own and become even more powerful if integrated. Twitter sits in that bullseye.
The microblogging site recently announced the partnership with Compass Family Services, a 100-year-old San Francisco-based
It's not good enough for Twitter CEO Dick Costolo to only have one woman on his board. One is too often a token. On a board of seven -- it should be at least two. No one wants to be a token, not even women seeking to serve on boards.
Last night at a meeting with a group of women executives, I mentioned how surprised I was that Twitter was going public without any women on the board. One woman thought I was joking. Another thought I had Twitter confused with Facebook. The iPhones came out, and Google confirmed. Reaction: incredulity.
Costolo didn't take kindly to Wadhwa's words. Instead of addressing Wadhwa's point, Costolo compares him to Carrot Top, a
We now know that having diverse product design teams creates better products. We also now know that having women on boards makes companies more competitive. So why would a company build its management team and board entirely from men?
More conversations about TV might be taking place on Facebook than on Twitter, but is that really the right way for marketers to compare the two platforms?
Dorsey's successor as CEO, Ev Williams, also left the company under political pressure in late 2010, said Sacca. Costolo
Now, according to the Times, no one at Twitter reports to him. This isn't the first time Dorsey's responsibility at the company
"It's not about being a destination," Costolo said. "I'm a huge believer in syndication. Platform companies always outflank
Any uploaded pictures will also get more prominence in the new profiles. According to Twitter, "Photo streams now appear
On June 29, Twitter VP of Product Michael Sippey posted a foreboding 439-word letter to the company blog, broadly sketching