Now Twitter Has Revenue Problems, and Its Stock Is Tanking

Twitter isn’t done growing just yet, but now it may have other problems.

The company reported its Q1 earnings on Tuesday and said it added five million new users last quarter to bring its total user base to 310 million users, up from 305 million monthly active users in Q4.

But on the business side of things, Twitter reported profits of 15 cents per share on revenue of $595 million. That was better than Wall Street’s expected profits of 10 cents per share, but was short of the Street’s revenue expectation, which was $608 million for the quarter.

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