The report appears to be from Bloomberg Businessweek, with the byline of actual reporter Stephen Morris. But the source website is a fake — coming from a Bloomberg.markets URL, which the corporation does not own. A spokesperson from the company has already denied the veracity of the article, and the website seems to be registered to someone in Panama.
According to CNBC, Twitter has outright denied any buyout claims.
Stocks for Twitter surged this morning on the report, rising roughly 8 percent. Of course, it then precipitously dropped as soon as it was debunked.
See the stock chart below: