Twitter Inc disappointed investors again, saying it saw no growth in average monthly active users in the fourth quarter - the first flat quarter sequentially since the company's 2013 initial public offering. Twitter shares fell in after-hours trading as the social media company's revenue forecast for the current quarter missed analysts' expectations, down 1.3 percent as a call with analysts was underway. Weak results will likely stoke investor concerns over stalled growth, which a series of initiatives since the return of Jack Dorsey to the chief executive post have failed to reverse.
FERGUSON, Mo. (AP) — The latest on efforts by Ferguson to reach a consent agreement with the U.S. Department of Justice to improve police and court practices in the St. Louis suburb (all times local):