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    Twitter is in danger after the political earthquake in Saudi Arabia

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    Post by Rocky Tue 07 Nov 2017, 1:55 am

    Twitter is in danger after the political earthquake in Saudi Arabia
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    Twitter is in danger after the political earthquake in Saudi Arabia 20171106_030812-21Twitter is in danger after the political earthquake in Saudi Arabia
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    Follow-up / Sky Press:

    Global news reports have revealed an inevitable fate that could hit one of the world's most popular social networking sites, Twitter.

    The network "CNBC" the US that the shares of "Twitter" is very much threatened, after it began to decline over the weekend, following reports of the arrest of the Saudi prince, after being accused of corruption cases.

    Prince Alwaleed bin Talal was among a long list of princes, officials and businessmen who were arrested in Saudi Arabia after King Salman bin Abdul Aziz launched an anti-corruption initiative in the country.

     

    Al-Walid Bin Talal owns shares in a large number of international companies, notably Twitter, Apple and Citigroup. The Saudi prince is the fifth largest shareholder in Twitter and the shares he bought have formed a lifeline to save The micro-blogging site of the successive losses experienced by the site.

     

    The American network pointed out that the fate of Alwaleed bin Talal may cause the losses of "Twitter", which may lead eventually to the announcement of the site bankruptcy.

     

    The Web quoted an economist, King Lip, as saying:

    "I think the situation could be very complicated on Twitter, after investigations with Alwaleed bin Talal, and will put it under great pressure, but I do not expect to have long-term effects."




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