This Tech Giant Needs to Buy Twitter

Niko Waesche is a venture capitalist, entrepreneur, and author of the book Simply Seven: Seven Ways to Create a Sustainable Internet Business. Apple recently held discussions regarding a potential investment in Twitter, but does Apple need Twitter? In this audio interview, Waesche analyzes Twitter's relative appeal to Apple and Google and shares why Facebook would be "the last company" Twitter would join forces with.

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