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Next Big Projects of Twitter’s Founders after Twitter

Next Big Projects of Twitter’s Founders after Twitter

When requested concerning the Next launch after the launch of Twitter which is likely one of the largest social networks of the sector, all of the three participants of the Twitter expressed their very own views.

In late 2010, Ev Williams stepped down as the CEO of Twitter and joined back the corporate in later months. In The mid-2000, Twitter’s co-founders launched the apparent Employer which was once joined by using William after resigning from Twitter. After few months, Biz Stone also stepped far from Twitter and joined the apparent Agency.

Both these Twitter founders have launched many other corporations like Medium and Department and plenty of other companies like Neighborland and Findery.

In 2011, William wrote in his weblog post that they’ve started investing, incubating and experimenting new ranges in their careers. Now, after two years final project has been settled. William says that he is devoting 98% of his time on Medium, Medium has separated from Glaring and has began its own operations with a staff of 30 individuals.

However, Stone stated that he is working on his plan to provide you with a new mobile setup named Jelly, which too is working in conjugation with Glaring. He mentioned that Jelly can be a free app so they can help people in their work.

And the third co-founder, Jack Dorsey altogether stated that he works handiest as soon as in every week at Twitter only for a while and he has been spending most of his time on Sq., the cell fee firm which he co-based in 2010 which is worth $3billion.

So, all the founders have different vision and it is but to be considered which this type of stands out as the Next Big mission after Twitter.





10 Comments to “Next Big Projects of Twitter’s Founders after Twitter”

  1. Let’s assume I have 4 C-corps. each of which yielded annual net incomes of $50,000. Will I be taxed at 15% each individually or will I be taxed on a total at a total net income of $200,000. This seems like an obvious answer (the first one), but I read otherwise on a web site and cannot find any concrete information on the subject. Please explain and also please provide your level of certainty on the subject. Thank you.

  2. sick_mick_101 // April 24, 2013 at 10:03 // Reply

    I am writing an paper for an English final and I need to know if i have covered everything in this particular subject.

    Aside from the obvious reasons (which you can also answer), how else has the Microsoft Corporation influenced/changed the world’s history?

    I just need to make sure that I have covered all the basis.

    Thanks in advance for the help.


  3. Dark_LovexXx // April 25, 2013 at 17:41 // Reply

    Then what do we do……….

    Pretty obvious that they pay good money to law and cpa firms to dumb down their worth, like a LP or LLC IRS might investigate.

  4. alberto s // May 21, 2013 at 16:32 // Reply

    I have the one-child policy but I cannot think of any others. There’s probably quite a fair few and they will seem more obvious after I’ve read them haha.
    Thank you.

  5. Jermaine J // May 29, 2013 at 05:01 // Reply

    they suddenly now want government to take over. its such an obvious political move to blame obama for the oil spill. do hannity and oreilly assume people are as dumb as they are?

  6. If you read through the news headlines, you’ll often hear about scientific studies finding things such as
    *Vegetable protein reduces the chance of heart disease
    *Red meat increases the risk of diabetes, cancer and heart disease; processed meat is even worse
    *Consumption of high-fat high-calorie burgers causes heart disease
    *Consumption of beans, lentils, nuts, whole grains, fruits, and vegetables reduces the risk of heart disease and cancer (Basically they’re saying that any natural vegetarian food reduces the chance of heart disease and cancer – but they won’t ever say the word Vegetarian)
    *Seafood contains high levels of Mercury; this is especially hazardous for pregnant women

    What you won’t ever hear about is any scientific evidence that meat prevents any known disease – because there is no scientific evidence that meat consumption prevents any disease from occurring.

    There is only one obvious conclusion that all of these findings are pointing towards – that meat consumption is not necessary, and that vegetarian diets are actually healthier. Yet, you’ll never hear that conclusion in a news headline. Instead you’ll just read “eat more beans and whole grains”, “eat less red meat”, etc..

  7. I want serious answers, so address the following or add your own:

    Amnesty – Most legal immigrants resent the idea of the privileges that they worked hard for being simply given to people who broke the law to get here. Do we give amnesty anyway? What of the rule of law?

    Open border policy – There are obvious national security issues, do we put ourselves at risk for the benefit of cheap labor?

    A Wall – While historically effective, physical barriers between nations carry a certain negative stigma. Do we build it anyway?

  8. The Villain // June 2, 2013 at 09:39 // Reply

    Republicans are refusing to raise the debt ceiling over yacht subsidies. It doesn’t get any more obvious who the Republicans protect. The Republican party is the party of, for, and by the top 1%./

  9. davemc74656 // June 4, 2013 at 06:54 // Reply

    It’s obvious the media favors Obama. So they give more articles of him to lure his followers. And the followers keep coming back, bringing more followers.
    So how much $ are these corporations/media/advertisers making off of these followers? More importantly how much $ is Obama making out of this?

    (Giluliani made at least $9M off of his, and he didnt even try that hard cause he knew he’d get paid either way.)

  10. xLittle21Yaox // June 5, 2013 at 10:33 // Reply

    Every Republican on this site is doing extremely well, their incomes increasing and their futures so bright they have to wear shades.

    The only people not doing well are those with no personal initiative so they are not a concern.

    Corporations are sitting on mountains of cash.

    So why all this static about the remark?

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