Facebook and Twitter battle for World Cup bragging rights

The 2014 FIFA World Cup left few questions about who was the strongest team in the tournament. But nearly two weeks after Germany's win over Argentina in the final match, the battle online between Facebook and Twitter is still undecided.

31st July, 2014

The 2014 FIFA World Cup left few questions about who was the strongest team in the tournament. But nearly two weeks after Germany's win over Argentina in the final match, the battle online between Facebook and Twitter is still undecided.

The Silicon Valley social networking giants each spent their earnings calls bragging to investors about their World Cup wins. However, the companies didn't make it easy to compare their performances. Fuzzy numbers aside, the Silicon Valley...

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