Tomahawk, WI 07/09/2014 (Basicsmedia) – Twitter, Inc. (NYSE:TWTR) has recruited Katie Stanton as its new media chief for further proceedings. Katie would be filling in the space made vacant by Chloe Sladden, who was the part of online messaging service. He left the organization due to the management changes earlier which also incorporated the removal of Ali Rowghani, former Chief Operating Officer for Twitter.

Stanton would now control the company’s ongoing attempts to encourage Twitters business with all the media companies round the world. Stanton has already worked with the US State Department and this can play a major role for her current profile, as she would be leading Twitter, Inc. (NYSE:TWTR)’s relationships with overseas clients like Brazil’s Globo and BBC.

Robert Diamond Joins Twitter

Robert “Bob” Edward Diamond Junior, former CEO of Barclays PLC (NYSE:BCS) has recently joined the Twitter-sphere. The job profile for the new joiner has not been disclosed and neither he is so far that active on the social networking website. He still has to tweet about the new opportunity. As of now he has more than 350 followers and is following three users, including his daughter Nell, who defended her father on the same account under Twitter when Barclay’s management was questioned from American & British establishment.

Bob resigned as a CEO from Barclays two years back in 2012 when the bank admitted that something is going wrong in the bank internally. At that point in time bank had to pay a huge amount of $450 million to the American and the British authorities, against the accusation filed against them. The allegation stated that the bank has been manipulating the standard global rate of interest. After that Mr. Diamond played a key role in the investment of Atlas Mara Co-Nvest Limited (LON:ATMA) to support the investments in Africa.

Moreover, a spokesperson from the company has confirmed the validity of Bob’s current account of Twitter, Inc. (NYSE:TWTR).

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