Twitter user base stalls at 320 million

February 10, 2016
Twitter said its growth stalled at the end of last year, holding at 320 million active monthly users, in a disappointing quarter
Twitter said its growth stalled at the end of last year, holding at 320 million active monthly users, in a disappointing quarterly update for the struggling messaging platform

Twitter said Wednesday its growth stalled at the end of last year, holding at 320 million active monthly users, in a disappointing quarterly update for the struggling messaging platform.

Twitter shares dropped more than five percent in after-market trades that followed release of its latest earnings report.

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