TWTR Stock – Now You Can Tweet Your Twitter Earnings Questions

by Christopher Freeburn | January 10, 2014 11:06 am

On Tuesday, social media giant Twitter (TWTR[1]) announced that investors will be able to pose questions about its quarterly results[2] to its executives via, well, Twitter.

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Fourth-quarter Twitter earnings will be released on Feb. 5. Investors can send questions about quarterly Twitter earnings to @TwitterIR. Questions about Twitter earnings should include the hashtag #TWTRearnings, USA TODAY notes.

Questions from investors pertaining to Twitter earnings will be reviewed by the company and could be included among questions from financial reporters and analysts during a Twitter earnings conference call with senior Twitter executives.

Twitter has become a popular tool for investors, politicians and celebrities. Even Carl Icahn has turned to Twitter, tweeting updates of battles with major companies[5], including Apple (AAPL[6]).

In April, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) said corporate executives could post company information via Twitter and Facebook (FB[7]) as long as they advised investors which social media platforms [8]would[9] be used[10] to disseminate such information.

Investors will be able to view the Twitter earnings call on Twitter’s website, which will post a webcast of the event. 

TWTR stock climbed slightly in Friday morning trading. TWTR stock debuted on the NYSE in November.

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