On October 16, 2008, Twitter’s CEO and co-founder Jack Dorsey stepped down, leaving co-founder Evan Williams in charge. Despite official hints otherwise, the changing of the guard seems inextricably linked to Twitter’s continued lack of a monetization model. Twitter backer Spark Capital says revenue models will not be unveiled until next year, a surprisingly long time considering the current economy.
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