by Christopher Freeburn | January 10, 2014 11:06 am
On Tuesday, social media giant Twitter (TWTR) announced that investors will be able to pose questions about its quarterly results to its executives via, well, Twitter.
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, including Apple (AAPL).
In April, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) said corporate executives could post company information via Twitter and Facebook (FB) as long as they advised investors which social media platforms would be used 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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