Pricey Parking in Hong Kong Could Cost $400,000
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Twitter Cuts Jobs in New 2017 Profitability Goal
18:39 - Jason Helfstein, analyst at Oppenheimer & Co., examines third-quarter results from Twitter as the company topped revenue and user growth estimates and announced a nine percent reduction of its workforce. He speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas." Helfstein, his family, and firm, do not own shares of Twitter. (Source: Bloomberg)