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Investors Didn’t Love Twitter’s CEO Decision. Here’s Why They Should.


Wall Street folks used to say Twitter stock would jump when co-founder and CEO Jack Dorsey finally surrendered the reins to a chief executive solely focused on the social-media company, rather than one trying to run both Twitter and Square at the same time, as Dorsey has done since 2015.

And yet, Twitter (ticker: TWTR) stock is down about 10% since this past week’s news that Twitter technology chief Parag Agrawal would replace Dorsey as CEO. The selloff gives investors a buying opportunity they haven’t seen in years.


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