Summary of Hatching Twitter

How a Fledgling Start-Up Became a Multibillion Dollar Business and Accidentally Changed the World

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Hatching Twitter book summary
Savor the complete story of Twitter in more than 140 characters: the men who created it and their power struggles.

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8 Overall

7 Importance

8 Innovation

9 Style

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New York Times tech reporter Nick Bilton presents the enthralling story of Twitter’s four hacker-engineer founders – Evan “Ev” Williams, Jack Dorsey, Biz Stone and Noah Glass – and their constant infighting, mismanagement and power struggles. Bilton documents Twitter’s “hatching” and – though tech junkies may find the focus on personalities and conflicts rather than technology disappointing – most readers will be instantly absorbed. getAbstract recommends this engrossing start-up biography to investors, entrepreneurs, fans of Twitter and those who enjoy a good corporate tussle. Bilton’s story takes up far more than 140 characters, but every word is worth it.

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About the Author

Nick Bilton is a reporter for The New York Times, a popular technology blogger, and author of I Live in the Future & Here’s How It Works.


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