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Sale or no sale, Twitter users are bound to see changes as the beleaguered communications service tries to broaden its appeal to more people and advertisers.
The company is scheduled to report its third-quarter earnings on Thursday, and analysts are expecting lukewarm results along with a dismissal of takeover rumors.
A new parent — whether that's Google (huh?), Salesforce (who?) or Disney (hmm) — could inject fresh life into a 10-year-old company that's never turned a profit and remains confounding to many people.
 Instagram no longer presents feeds chronologically; they are now sorted much like Facebook's news feed, using some secret formula known only to Facebook.
YouTube hardly had any ads when Google bought it; now, ads are so prevalent that YouTube is able to charge $10 a month for an ad-free version called Red.
Instagram has also inserted ads into users' feeds of perfectly composed snapshots featuring everything from cappuccino foam to seafoam.
Jonathan Cowperthwait, a Twitter user since 2008, said he'd be worried if Google bought Twitter because the online search giant "is the worst" at social services that aim to foster online interactions, beyond email.
Would Twitter become a business product, used for customer service and marketing instead of revolutions, neo-Nazi memes and political outbursts?
Walt Disney's reputation as a squeaky-clean, family-friendly company is perhaps the clearest antithesis to Twitter's soul, as many users see it — even though Disney is much bigger than Mickey Mouse and owns ABC, Marvel and the "Star Wars" franchise, among other properties.
A Philippine government report says Abu Sayyaf militants pocketed at least 353 million pesos ($7.3 million) from ransom kidnappings in the first six months of the year and have turned to abducting foreign sailors as military offensives restrict their mobility.
International Business TimesWho Is Prince Mikasa? World's Oldest Royal And Uncle Of Japanese Emperor Akihito Dies At 100International Business TimesPrince Mikasa Japanese Prince Mikasa waves to well-wishers during a public appearance for a New Year celebration at the Imperial Palace in Tokyo, Japan, in this photo taken by Kyodo, Jan.
Voice of AmericaUS, Japan, South Korea Want to Pressure North Korea on Nuclear ProgramVoice of AmericaFILE - South Koreans watch a television broadcasting a satellite image of the nuclear facility in North Korea, at the Seoul Railway Station in Seoul, South Korea. Share. Share on Facebook · Share on Twitter · Share on Google+ · Email to a Friend.
A Yangon historic-preservation group says Myanmar's largest city and commercial capital is facing its "last best chance" to save many crumbling architectural treasures dating back to the days when Myanmar was the British colony of Burma.
Washington PostFrench authorities declare the Calais migrant camp emptyWashington PostCALAIS, France — The grim camp known as “the jungle,” a symbol of Europe's failure to come to grips with its crisis over asylum seekers, is no more. French authorities declared Wednesday they had cleared out the camp after most of its thousands of