After making headlines last year for cybersecurity concerns, Twitter Inc. is ready to offer a subscription plan to reduce advertising budget. The global pandemic has sharpened the company’s ever-innovative idea for revenue growth. Watch this video at Bloomberg Technology to hear from Twitter CFO Ned Segal about the upcoming developments. Segal unveils that the company has plans to double development velocity to ship new features and achieve other business goals. The social media ace also aims to touch 315 million monetizable daily active Twitter user (mDAU) mark worldwide by 2023 to accelerate growth.
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