Google and Facebook Looking At Twitter: Could Twitter’s $10 Billion Buzz Value Lead to $100 Billion?
Facebook and Google are just some of the companies that are looking at the possibilities of acquiring Twitter. There is a lot of buzz and tweeting going on about the value of Twitter. WJS.com reported, “Discussions with at least some potential suitors have produced an estimated valuation of $8 billion to $10 billion. A Twitter spokesman declined to comment on its finances, valuations and interest by other companies. Google and Facebook also declined to comment.”
If Twitter is considering being acquired by either company, not only are they not admitting to it, but they are also working hard on building their team of executives. This makes it appear that they are working to build a strong independent company. There are reports that Twitter’s size could reach $100 billion.
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- Would Google or Facebook Pay $10 Billion For Twitter? (mashable.com)