The Wall Street Journal: Twitter sued for not paying rent at San Francisco office

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Twitter Inc. was accused of not paying its rent in a lawsuit filed by the landlord for one of its offices in San Francisco.

The landlord, Columbia Reit-650 California LLC, alleges that the social-media company has failed to pay $136,260 of rent due on the office space at 650 California St., according to the lawsuit filed Thursday.

This article was originally published by Marketwatch.com. Read the original article here.

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