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Twitter has finalized its purchase of TweetDeck in a $40 million cash and stock deal. Although both Twitter and TweetDeck Refuse to comment on the same. Twitter has been known to either downplay third-party apps or acquire them. In the past, Twitter has scooped up popular Twitter iPhone app Tweetie, and partnered with photo add-on TwitPic as it launched its new interface.

In February, reports surfaced that UberMedia, the leading developer of apps and Web-based services for Twitter users and other social media platforms, was in talks to purchase Tweetdeck.

But the deal never closed.

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Shahrzaad Parekh
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A little knowledge be a dangerous thing, Bharat.

“big ones” as referred to money indicates multiples of 1,000. So, 34 big ones = 34,000

Your post title – $40 million big ones = $40 million thousand which is a helluva lot more. ;-)

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