Chris Sacca, one of Twitter’s earliest investors, argued Wednesday that Google should buy Twitter.
“It’s an instant fit,” Sacca said during a CNBC on-air appearance, calling a Twitter acquisition a “fantastic use” of Google’s cash.
“This is the thing that Google never had,” he added. “They’ve never understood social, have never understood those personal interactions. This bolts in quite clearly.”
Sacca’s controversial comments arrive hours after the investor published “What Twitter can be,” a critical, 8,500-word post on Twitter’s current state, and just minutes prior to Twitter’s annual shareholder meeting. The memo also followed a briefer — if it can be called that — 1,100-word post last week entitled, “I Bleed Aqua.” Read more…