the last week in Elon Musk’s Twitter It has been an example that things can always get more complicated. And we’re only Wednesday.
Last Monday, Musk posted a poll asking his followers whether or not he should step down as CEO of Twitter. The poll was active for 12 hours and received votes from more than 17 million users, with 57.5% voting in favor of his resignation.
“I will resign as CEO as soon as I find someone foolish enough to accept the position! After that I’ll just be running the software and server teams,” Musk tweeted after learning the results.
He then used his account to post that he was looking for a replacement. that he is “dumb enough to take the job.”
A series of bad results for Elon Musk’s Twitter
Since the world’s second richest man bought Twitter, he has made massive changes to the platform. Some have been welcomed, but the vast majority have not had the expected reception.
Last Sunday Twitter had announced that users will no longer be able to link to other social networks such as Facebook, Instagram, Mastodon and other “competing” platforms. The decision was widely criticized by users to the point that Musk reversed the move and vowed not to make any more major policy changes without first consulting users.
According to his words, Elon Musk bought Twitter for 44 billion dollars to promote freedom of expression. However, his choices have caused massive layoffs and resignations from the social network, unjustified blocking of journalists’ accounts, and a monumental departure of advertisers from the platform.
To make up for the losses at Twitter, Musk even had to sell two blocks of Tesla stock between November and December, worth $3.65 billion and $3.9 billion, respectively.
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