Twitter Inc said Thursday it would cut 9 percent of its global workforce to keep costs down even as quarterly results beat Wall Street expectations, lifting shares that had fallen in recent weeks after a failed effort to sell the company. Excluding items, the company earned 13 cents per share, beating the average estimate of 9 cents, according to Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S. The company is "more disciplined about how we invest in the business" and intends to be profitable in 2017, said Chief Financial Officer Anthony Noto. Among its priorities, Twitter is dedicated to growing its burgeoning live video offerings through partnerships with organizations such as the National Football League, Noto said. More »Reuters - 30 minutes ago
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The social media giant posted third-quarter adjusted earnings of 13 cents per share on revenue of $616 million. More »CNBC - 1 hour 56 minutes ago
Greg Rutherford spills the details on his Strictly bromance with Judge Rinder: 'There's a lot of male love going on'
Although there have been no recent reports on the infamous "Strictly Curse" striking again this year, Greg Rutherford has revealed that it's his bromance with fellow competitor Judge Rinder is what's really blossoming away from the ballroom dancefloor. The Olympic star, who has been partnered up with professional dancer Natalie Lowe this year, has a two-year-old son Milo with his long-term partner Susie Verrill. After welcoming his little boy into the world in 2014, Greg revealed how his birth has outshone all his sporting achievements. More »hello! - 3 hours ago
Lady Gaga recently interrogated Matt LeBlanc over a rather difficult topic during The Late Late Show with James Corden. When the Perfect Illusion songstress was given a chance to ask a question, she tried LeBlanc with a difficult choice involving his former Friends co-stars. Surprisingly, the 49-year-old actor's hilarious response seems to have won over Gaga. More »International Business Times - 3 hours ago