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Facebook Former CTO Brett Joined Twitter Board Of Directors
Jul 06, 2016

Twitter confirmed that the world's largest social network Facebook's former Chief Technology Officer of buleite·taile (Bret Taylor) has joined the Twitter Board of Directors, helped develop the mass consumer products. Taylor was once a social network FriendFeed co-founder, this enterprise in 2009 after being bought by Facebook, he began to help Google Google map. Currently, Taylor is the founder and CEO of enterprise software start-ups Quip.

Twitter efforts has not been successful to attract more users, its co-founder Jack Dorsey (Jack Dorsey) 1 years ago, returned as Chief Executive of the company, hoping to reverse the fate of Twitter. But so far, Twitter user growth is still at a standstill.

Taylor said in a statement: "I want to be able to use their knowledge and experience to help he and the Board of Directors promote the development of Twitter and its services. "Twitter Executive Chairman aomide·keerdesitani (Omid Kordestani), said Taylor will provide more ideas on mass consumption products and technologies.

In May, Twitter has just appointed its first African members of the Board, BET Networks Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of daibula·Li (Debra Lee), to fulfil the company's personnel constitute a commitment to diversity. Before Twitter list in November 2013, had a Board member of a number of white men and received much criticism. In response, Twitter appointment of publishing Executive maqiaoli·sikadinuo (Marjorie Scardino) as the first female Director, and former Google executive keerdesitani is Iran-American.

Since keerdesitani joined Twitter and began to reform the Board. He appointed Internet entrepreneur Masha·leien·fukesi (Martha Lane Fox) and Pepsi chief financial officer Hugh Johnston (Hugh Johnston) instead of Silicon Valley "Veterans" bide·Kuli (Peter Currie) and media executives Peter Chernin (Peter Chernin).