And if we were talking about a liberated bird, then it was with these terms that Elon Musk, the boss of Tesla and therefore the richest man in the world, announced his takeover of Twitter.
Elon Musk paid $44 billion to buy Twitter. And in the unanimous opinion of all the experts, and this is not a compliment, it is an overpriced, grossly overpriced even for the richest man in the world. If only because in fifteen years of existence, Twitter has never been profitable. And besides, Elon Musk’s first decision, when he officially bought Twitter a few days ago, was to fire his boss. But he does not intend to stop there. He made it clear to investors that he intended to lay off, get this, 75% of the positions at Twitter to reduce the total number of employees to only 2,000 people.
So it’s rather surprising as an approach. Why ? But because usually, when a boss takes over a box, he says just the opposite and reassures people because it is not by scaring the staff in place that we can straighten out a company which is precisely losing money. alot…
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