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Peaceful transition of official POTUS Twitter account hits snag, users forced to follow

Some Twitter users who unfollowed the account run by Barack Obama were surprised to find they were involuntarily re-upped for President Trump's.


Trump gets Obama's house, title _ even his Twitter handle

Donald Trump built his campaign on early morning tweet storms and hashtag-worthy slogans. Now president, he's in control of the White House's powerful social media arsenal, including the official@ POTUS Twitter account that has nearly 14 million followers. The White House's official Twitter and Facebook accounts were quickly purged and rebranded for the...

Source: The Associated Press

Trump posts first tweet from POTUS Twitter handle

The account, now with 1 tweet, has more than 5 million followers.


Philly Fed's Harker sees three US rate hikes 2017

Philadephia Federal Reserve President Patrick Harker said he expects three interest rate increases in 2017 if the labor market improves.

Source: Reuters

Rep. Brady: Fear not the tweet

Rep. Kevin Brady, (R-Texas), discusses Trump calling out several CEOs on Twitter.


What to do if Trump mentions your company on Twitter

Trump has made Twitter his mouthpiece, and recent tweets have seen him mention Boeing, General Motors, L.L.Bean, Carrier and Ford


Former Treasury official Nason being vetted for Fed role

David Nason, a former Treasury Department official, is the front runner to become the Federal Reserve's top Wall Street regulator.

Source: Reuters

UPDATE 5-U.S. regulator finds no evidence of defects after Tesla death probe

WASHINGTON, Jan 19- U.S. auto safety regulators said on Thursday they found no evidence of defects in a Tesla Motors Inc car involved in the death of a man whose Model S collided with a truck while he was using its Autopilot system. Tesla Chief Executive Elon Musk, on his Twitter account, praised the decision by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration,...

Source: Reuters

What markets want to hear from Trump

Wall Street may be expecting too much from Donald Trump's inauguration speech, and it's his actions that may count more.


President Trump's Twitter plans: Tweet as usual

President-elect Donald Trump has no plans to cut back on his use of Twitter despite the disapproval of the majority of Americans.