Jack Patrick Dorsey is CEO of Twitter. He was born in November 19, 1976 in St. Louis, Missouri. He is the son of Tim and Marcia Dorsey. He is of English and Italian descent. While dealing with dispatching as a software engineer, Dorsey moved to California. In 2000, Dorsey began his organization in Oakland to dispatch messengers, taxicabs, and crisis administrations from the Web. In July 2000, expanding on dispatching and propelled partially by LiveJournal and by AOL Instant Messenger, he had the thought for a Web-based real time status/short message communication service.
His dad worked for an organization that created mass spectrometers and his mom was a homemaker. He was raised Catholic, and his uncle is a Catholic minister in Cincinnati. Dorsey enlisted at the University of Missouri–Rolla in 1995 and went to for two plus years prior to moving to New York University in 1997, however he exited two years after the fact, one semester short of graduating. He concocted the possibility that in the long run became Twitter while learning at NYU. In 2012, Dorsey moved to the Sea Cliff neighbourhood of San Francisco.
Williams, Stone and Noah Glass helped to establish Obvious Corporation, which then, at that point turned off Twitter, Inc., with Dorsey as the Chief Executive Officer (CEO). As CEO, Dorsey saw the start up through two rounds of financing by venture capitalists. He supposedly lost his position for going home ahead of schedule to appreciate different pursuits, for example, yoga and style plan. On 16th October, 2008, Williams took over as CEO, while Dorsey became executive of the board. In May 2016, Dorsey reported that Twitter would not include photographs and connections in the 140-character cutoff to let loose more space for text. This was an endeavor to allure new clients, since the quantity of tweets each day had dropped to around 300 million in January 2016 from around 500 million in September 2013 and its peak of 661 million in August 2014.