Twitter’s “Era of Musk” is officially on!
Around 1 a.m. Friday, Tesla CEO Elon Musk retweeted a picture showing Musk talking to employees in a coffee shop at Twitter’s headquarters.
The media quoted people familiar with the matter as saying that Musk completed a $44 billion acquisition of Twitter, and a group of former Twitter executives was hastily evicted from the building.
And just yesterday, Musk changed his Twitter profile to “Chief Twit” and posted a video in which he wrote a pun, “Enter Twitter HQ and let it sink in! (let that sink in)”.
“Let it sink in” is the literal translation of let that sink in, and its English interpretation is: “It means take some time to think about something, and then you’ll understand it better” After that, you will understand more clearly.
In an Internet catchphrase, “please let the bullet fly for a while”.
“First Fire”: Fire CEO, CFO, freeze and check all code
Three fires have taken place for the new officer, and great changes have taken place within Twitter. The former CEO and CFO have resigned, and all codes have been frozen and checked…
Musk lashed out at management as soon as he took over, firing multiple Twitter executives just minutes after closing the deal.
Chief executive Parag Agrawal, chief financial officer Ned Segal and head of legal policy, trust and safety Vijaya Gadde were all fired, and the company’s general counsel Sean Edgett was ousted, according to people familiar with the matter. Executives were rushed out of the building , people familiar with the matter said .
CNBC’s David Faber said former CEO Parag Agrawal and CFO Ned Segal have left Twitter’s San Francisco headquarters and will not be returning to the company.
Separately, Twitter’s engineers were no longer able to make changes to the code, and Tesla’s engineers came in to check, people familiar with the matter said. People familiar with the matter said this was to ensure there would be no changes to the product until the deal closes. Twitter has implemented a similar freeze since April when the deal was first announced.
Twitter should not be a place for absolute freedom without consequences
Regarding the previous rumors, Musk also clarified.
According to previous media reports, after acquiring Twitter, Musk plans to reduce Twitter’s 7,500 employees to more than 2,000 in the next few months. After coming to the Twitter building on the 27th, Musk gave Twitter employees a reassurance, saying that he did not plan to lay off 75% of the staff.
Musk also made a promise on Twitter that in the future Twitter will not become a “hell” where everyone is free.
“It is extremely dangerous if social media gradually splits into a stand-off between the far right and the far left, which will generate more hatred and gradually divide our society. Twitter is clearly not going to be the place to say anything without consequences. The place.”
Want Twitter to be the most respected advertising platform
Earlier, media reports said that many advertisers were concerned that, as Tesla’s CEO, Musk’s content moderation would create a conflict of interest with car advertising.
Musk told advertisers in the note that many of the speculations about why he bought Twitter were wrong.
When done well, advertising can please, entertain, and help you. It can show you a service, product or medical treatment that you may have never known about but that is useful to you.
To do this, it’s critical to show Twitter users ads that are as relevant to their needs as possible. Low-relevance ads are spam , but high-relevance ads are actually content!
Fundamentally, Twitter aspires to be the most respected advertising platform in the world, one that makes your brand stronger and your business better.
Musk also noted:
Having a common digital town is important to the future of civilization. That’s why I bought Twitter. I’m not doing it to make more money, I’m doing it to help the people I love.
Trump’s announcement to return to Twitter? Foreign media retracts report and apologizes
According to the World Wide Web report, a statement “Trump celebrates Musk’s acquisition of Twitter” began to go viral on the Internet, and some foreign media also quoted the statement as saying, “Trump said he will re-open next Monday. Back to Twitter”.
However, the unsourced statement was quickly questioned by many, with India’s Asia News Agency (ANI) retracting an earlier report that Trump had not issued a statement regarding Musk’s acquisition of Twitter.
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Twitter’s “Era of Musk” is officially on!