Twitter director of platform Ryan Sarver departing

Twitter director of platform Ryan Sarver departing

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Sarver was at Twitter for four years, and now leaves with no plans "but rest." Twitter has already posted a job listing as it searches for his replacement. [Read more]...
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Twitter has seen three departures in recent weeks, with both TweetDeck founder Iain Dodsworth and Platform Director Ryan Sarver both announcing their exits today. The third is Jason Costa, who has been Developer Relations Manager at Twitter since early 2011, who actually took his leave quietly earlier this month. We’ve...
Three departures for Twitter as Dev Relations Manager Jason Costa heads to Pinterest
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Twitter’s director of platform Ryan Sarver is leaving the company after four years, he announced Friday, joining a number of other Twitter executives who have left the company or shifted roles in recent months. As many anticipate that the company is preparing for an eventual IPO, it’s interesting to see...
Twitter's director of platform Ryan Sarver leaves the nest

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After Four Years At Twitter, Director Of Platform Ryan Sarver Will "Fly The Coop" With "No Plans But Rest"

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SocialFlow, the makers of social marketing optimization technology that helps brands determine when to post their messages to social media sites like Facebook and Twitter, as well as which messages they should promote, has today closed on $10 million in Series B funding. The round was led by Fairhaven Capital,...
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Storify, the San Francisco-based service that allows journalists and others to curate content from social-media platforms like Twitter and Facebook, has launched a new design that focuses on highlighting content that has been shared by Storify users — making it easy to see what the most popular tweet about Hurricane...
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