........ the share price inevitably plunges and the business fails.
Take a look at The Herald, Fairfax, numerous leftist start ups in Australia and now the new media.
Of late both Facebook and Twitter have copped a pasting for censoring right of center political views and promoting those of the left. Of course, all they have succeeded in so doing is driving away the large section of their clientele who are of the centre right.
Twitter is the latest to fall.
From the Wall Street Journal:
may be contemplating a future in the hands of an acquirer after a
yearslong effort to sharpen its focus and ignite user growth has fallen
is considering a takeover of the social media company, according to
people familiar with the matter. The exploration is in early stages,
one of the people said, and might not lead to a deal.
Twitter rose 21% to $22.62 on Friday after CNBC reported talks of a
possible sale. Before Friday, the stock had fallen 30% over the past
year and its market value was about $13 billion. Its all-time high of
$40.7 billion came in December 2013."
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