Until now operating only with the money of investors, the Twitter is beginning to prepare for monetizing their success in the global web. According to the Wall Street Journal, from March the company will begin to rely on the services of the CFO Ali Rowghani, which since 2001 beats studio card movie Pixar, responsible for hits such as Toy Story, Finding Nemo and Wall-E.
Evan Williams, founder of Twitter, said the US publication Rowghani will be “an important member of a team that grows focused on creating value for our users taking advantage of the opportunities that appear.”
Rumour has it that among these such “possibilities” are paid accounts and advertising models addressed. [Mashable]