Tomahawk, WI 06/13/2014 (Basicsmedia) – Twitter, Inc. (NASDAQ:TWTR) drops its COO after a clash with CEO, giving a setback to the business. Ali Rowghani, the Chief Operating Officer did resign from his post the last day after the dispute between him and Dick Costolo, the Chief executive Officer of Twitter. Mr. Rowghani had been serving the company for past four years and was considered as the most respected and most trusted manager of Mr. Costolo.

On the contrary, few people who are in the vicinity of the organization advocate that this move can be a managerial insecurity issue as the COO had more influential personality in the business. Although he has resigned, but will remain as a strategic advisor to the CEO, was the news revealed by Securities and Exchange Commission filing. Also, the report says that Twitter won’t replace him, but whose tasks would be taken care of by the other members of the management.

Chloe Sladden Leaves Twitter

Twitter, Inc. (NASDAQ:TWTR) had to undergo a sturdy shock when it had to experience one more plunge from its team. Hours later Mr. Rowghani’s exodus, another leader from the horde decided to leave the club. Chloe Sladden, head of North America media, was accountable for aligning the business with television. She announced that she would be leaving the company soon and articulated a feel of honor and pride being a part of the most prominent social networking website.

Twitter All Set For FIFA World Cup 2014

The world cup provides Twitter, Inc. (NASDAQ:TWTR) a burly podium to reveal its advertising capabilities, which will eventually change the way how the investors take on for Twitter. Even some people are taking Twitter as the 33rd contender of the world cup, off the field. The business has already swayed out some unique features for the event, to keep up its mark. Features embrace a set of “hashflags”, a three letter country code that would pop up the relevant national flag when posted on Twitter.

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