Twitter spikes to 2.5-year high after its CFO says a new subscription product is coming (TWTR)

Twitter hit a two-and-a-half year high Wednesday after its CFO said the company was creating a new subscription product geared toward businesses. Twitter CFO Ned Segal says the social media platform has not done a good enough job in helping businesses use the platform to its full capabilities. You can see Twitter’s current stock price here.

Twitter hit a two and half-year high Wednesday, up 5.89% at $35.93, after CFO Ned Segal said the

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