Spinning off the latter, current CEO Dick Costelo appears by most accounts to have been the one who is not only getting Twitter on a path to profit (fingers crossed) -- but possibly the guy who saved Twitter altogether from self-destruction.
And based on a new survey from online jobs community Glassdoor, Twitter employees are supportive of the current leadership too.
That said, the employees who have taken the time to review the current status of their employers appear to be pleased.
For example, Glassdoor asserted that Costelo has a 96 percent approval rating, compared to the average of 68 percent made up by the more than 270,000 companies listed on the site.
Furthermore, approximately 90 percent of Twitter employees who reviewed the company on Glassdoor admitted they were confident in Twitter's business outlook for the next six months, with eight percent thinking it will remain the same and only two percent speculating things could get worse.
With a final share price range rumored to be elevated to $23 to $25 a pop before Thursday's opening bell, it could be reassuring to at least a few analysts and soon-to-be shareholders that there is some hope for Twitter to actually churn out positive sales soon.