Twitter (NYSE: TWTR) shares rallied to the highest since 2014 on Wednesday, after the social-media company reported fourth-quarter revenue that beat expectations, helped by a recovery in digital advertising. A number of analysts raised their price targets on the stock. Revenue rose 28% to $1.29 billion, compared with the $1.19 billion average analyst prediction. Net income rose to $222 million, or 27 cents a share. Twitter shares closed 13,2% higher at $67,77.