What Dorsey’s Exit Means for Twitter’s Future

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The Twitter logo is seen on a phone in this photo illustration in Washington, DC, on July 10, 2019. (Photo by Alastair Pike / AFP via Getty Images)

On Monday, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey announced -- in a tweet -- that he was leaving the company he co-founded in 2006. His successor, Parag Agrawal, started as a product engineer and climbed Twitter’s ranks to become Chief Technology Officer in 2017. We'll look at Dorsey’s legacy and discuss what the change could mean for the future of the San Francisco-based social media giant as it grapples with challenges like misinformation and finding new users. 


André Brock, associate professor, School of Literature, Media, and Communication, Georgia Tech

Steven Levy, Editor at Large, Wired; his most recent book is "Facebook: The Inside Story."