In late October, after his first full quarter running Twitter as CEO, Jack Dorsey and his executive team just couldn’t shut up about Twitter Moments, a new curation tool intended to make the long struggling social network more appealing to new users.
« Moments represents a real fundamental shift in our thinking,” Dorsey said at one point on a conference call with analysts. Later, he added: « Moments is one of those bold new experiences that I think does question a bunch of our fundamentals around making Twitter a whole lot easier to understand. »
On Sunday, barely three months later, Dorsey announced that two of the Twitter executives in charge of Moments — product chief Kevin Weil and global media head Katie Stanton — would be leaving the company, along with two other top executives, Read more…
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