Twitter Acquires Big Data Analysis Company


Twitter has acquired big data analysis company Lucky Sort, for an undisclosed sum. Lucky Sort is based in Portland, Oregon; and several employees will be moving to San Francisco to join Twitter’s revenue engineering department.

Lucky Sort will be shutting down its services, and is in the process of transitioning their customers off the system, says Noah Pepper, CEO of the company.  

[Image courtesy: Lucky Sort]

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