Stock tumbles on slow user growth, though analysts confident about business and long-term prospects.
Social networking company had come under fire for lack of women on its board and in executive ranks.
Despite payroll tax deal, firms don’t appear to have followed through on pact to hire local residents.
And while news was happening all over the place, San Francisco residents celebrate Dia de Los Muertos.
Even if you haven’t bought the stock, your tweets are part of the tech boom’s latest IPO sensation.
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Company details financials, future as an ad platform — and potential challenges from Asian competitors.