Twitter to lose product director in charge of video

Thursday 17 December 2015 | 12:39 CET | News
Baljeet Singh, Twitter's senior product director in charge of video, is expected to leave the company early next month, Recode reported, citing multiple sources. Singh joined Twitter nearly two years ago after more than five years at YouTube.

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