Key Takeaway’s From the Twitter Shareholder Meeting

Bloomberg Technology published this video item, entitled “Key Takeaway’s From the Twitter Shareholder Meeting” – below is their description.

Twitter’s regularly scheduled shareholder meeting Wednesday didn’t include a vote on Tesla billionaire Elon Musk’s $44 billion bid for the social platform. Bloomberg’s Ed Ludlow is at Twitter headquarters on “Bloomberg Markets.”

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