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Twitter Buys Company That Mines Chatter About TV

February 6, 2013
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Twitter confirmed on Tuesday that it was acquiring Bluefin Labs, a company that analyzes online chatter about TV shows and companies and sells its findings. Twitter is paying nearly $100 million for Bluefin, according to a person with direct knowledge of the sale, making it the Web site's biggest acquisition to date. The person insisted on anonymity because the terms of the deal were not disclosed publicly....

 

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