'Ev' And 'Biz' See Bright Future For Twitter Evan Williams and Biz Stone founded Twitter, along with Jack Dorsey. Millions of people have signed up for the messaging service. Twitter users "tweet" what's going on around them, and lately, they've reported major news stories before the wire services.
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'Ev' And 'Biz' See Bright Future For Twitter

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'Ev' And 'Biz' See Bright Future For Twitter

'Ev' And 'Biz' See Bright Future For Twitter

'Ev' And 'Biz' See Bright Future For Twitter

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Evan Williams and Biz Stone founded Twitter, along with Jack Dorsey. Millions of people have signed up for the messaging service.

Twitter users "tweet" what's going on around them, and lately, they've reported major news stories before the wire services.