Twitter Looks To Break Out Of Its Earnings Slump
A busy second quarter of 2014 will be overshadowed if Twitter is unable to convince investors that its user growth is back on the upswing when the company reports earnings on Tuesday afternoon. The social media company is set to release its report after the close of market trading at 4 p.m. ET, with analysts expecting the company to post a narrow net loss of $0.01 per share on revenue of $283.07 million. There had been no shortage of news out of Twitter in the second quarter with a raft of acquisitions, product tweaks, executive exits and, of course, the World Cup .
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