CNBC: ‘Twitter Sale Could Happen In Next 30 Days’

Twitter shares soared more than 16 percent after CNBC reported that the company was moving close to a sale, with Alphabet/Google and Salesforce possible buyers

Following the recent reports that Twitter may be selling the company, possibly due to the announcement that they were being sued by their investors, it has now been reported that the sale could happen in little over a month. 

CNBC reports that the sale of the company could happen as soon as in the next 30-45 days. The news agency’s Twitter account tweeted breaking news relating to the social media platform stating that the company buyout may happen sooner rather than later,

CNBC also speculated as to which companies would consider purchasing the failing website, apparently both Microsoft and Disney are interested but Twitters longtime rival Facebook is unlikely to purchase the company

With Breitbart Senior Editor Milo Yiannopoulos holding a funeral for the platform that famously banned him, the company’s symbolic demise may be timed perfectly.

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