With Twitter under pressure to please advertising and Google with a pocketful of cash, the rumors around a Google Twitter acquisition could have legs, according to one watcher. Alex Cho runs through
the reasons why, pointing to Google's pile of cash and the fact that one of Twitter's biggest shareholder, Chris Sacca, is a former Google executive. He suggests that Dick Costolo, former
Twitter CEO, knew about the deal and left.
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