Social media giant Twitter held talks in recent months about acquiring Clubhouse, but discussions have stalled. Twitter has developed its own Clubhouse-like audio-based platform called Spaces. Photo: Agence France-Presse  Social media giant Twitter held talks in recent months about acquiring Clubhouse, but discussions have stalled. Twitter has developed its own Clubhouse-like audio-based platform called Spaces. Photo: Agence France-Presse
Social media giant Twitter held talks in recent months about acquiring Clubhouse, but discussions have stalled. Twitter has developed its own Clubhouse-like audio-based platform called Spaces. Photo: Agence France-Presse
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Twitter said to have held discussions for US$4 billion takeover of audio-based social network Clubhouse

  • The two social media companies held talks in recent months, putting the valuation of Clubhouse at roughly US$4 billion
  • Major tech firms, including Microsoft, Facebook and Twitter, have gone to work on their own versions of Clubhouse, as the audio chat app’s popularity soared

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Social media giant Twitter held talks in recent months about acquiring Clubhouse, but discussions have stalled. Twitter has developed its own Clubhouse-like audio-based platform called Spaces. Photo: Agence France-Presse  Social media giant Twitter held talks in recent months about acquiring Clubhouse, but discussions have stalled. Twitter has developed its own Clubhouse-like audio-based platform called Spaces. Photo: Agence France-Presse
Social media giant Twitter held talks in recent months about acquiring Clubhouse, but discussions have stalled. Twitter has developed its own Clubhouse-like audio-based platform called Spaces. Photo: Agence France-Presse
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