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Twitter still has work to do addressing bad online behavior, CFO says

By Bloomberg
26 October 2018   |   10:05 am
Ned Segal, Twitter Inc. chief financial officer, discusses the company's third-quarter performance and efforts to remove suspicious accounts with Bloomberg's Emily Chang on "Bloomberg Markets: The Close." Thumbnails

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