Wilfried Zaha Twitter own goal – posts news of his move before official confirmation | Help! My boss friended me on Facebook | TweetDeck At Risk Of Being Struck Off | Twitter may file $15 billion IPO in 2014 | Leigh Griffiths faces disciplinary action over racist Twitter comment | How bookshops could be happy ever after: ebooks could provide new revenue stream
The importance of a enforced social media policy at Football clubs is again illustrated today by Wilfried Zaha. The Crystal Palace player is guilty of an own goal via Twitter by claiming he is on his way to the Premier League leaders before the move had officially been cleared and confirmed. Scottish footballer Leigh Grifiths is also under fire for having send a tweet that appeared to be racist in nature. Meanwhile the Twitter – owned Tweetdeck, beloved of many business twitter users, is facing a proposal to strike off at UK Companies house having failed to file its accounts. This could lead to the service becoming unavailable in the UK as a result. CBS has afew helpful lines on what to do if you are friends with your Boss on facebook, or even when you receive the friend request and don’t know what to do with it. Twitter is also considering following Facebook’s IPO last year with its own IPO at a $13 Billion valuation, not bad for a business that did not go live until 2007. Book stores could also use the emerging e-book market to their advantage according to The Independent.