Twitter Q3 2020 Earnings: $TWTR Plunges 20% on Poor User Growth

Twitter’s stock price saw a sizable dip after the company’s Q3 2020 earnings report indicated slowing user growth and called advertiser behavior “hard to predict”. Alex discusses why he think Twitter needs a change at the CEO position and explains why flat user growth and engagement is a grim indicator for the micro-blogging social platform. He goes on to detail Twitter’s recent censorship issues, lack of innovation, and seemingly partisan stance throughout the election.

This is an excerpt from episode 119 of Winner Take All. Watch the full episode here:

Originally Aired: 11/03/20
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