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Jack Dorsey's First Earnings Call as Twitter's Permanent CEO

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Twitter reported its Q3 earnings Tuesday, and the numbers were in line with Wall Street expectations, but the company lowered its guidance for the current quarter and still can’t grow its user base, a combo that sent the stock down as much as 12 percent in after-hours trading.

Here’s a quick look at some of Twitter’s key metrics:

  • Total users: 320 million, up four million over last quarter.
  • Adjusted profit: $67 million
  • Revenue: $569 million

CEO Jack Dorsey is set to host Twitter’s earnings call at 2 pm PT, his first since being named permanent CEO at the beginning of the month. Last quarter, as interim CEO, he sent the stock down after blasting Twitter’s product efforts on the call, and CFO Anthony Noto said that he was “obviously not satisfied” with where the company’s user growth was. Not sure if things will be any more cheerful this time around.

You can also watch the call via Periscope here.

In case you missed it, here are a few questions we’d love for Dorsey to answer (but we’re not holding our breath).

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