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Twitter for Musk - Trends-Trends on PC

Twitter for Musk – Trends-Trends on PC

Last Thursday night, Elon Musk finally wrapped up the $44 billion takeover of Twitter, ending a months-long saga. He immediately cleaned up…

“The bird is free.” It was with this tweet that on October 27, Elon Musk announced that he had finally concluded the takeover of Twitter. The boss of Tesla paid the 44 billion dollars that were planned during his initial offer last April, an offer that the leaders of the social network had accepted reluctantly. This summer, Musk had…

“The bird is free.” It was with this tweet that on October 27, Elon Musk announced that he had finally concluded the takeover of Twitter. The boss of Tesla paid the 44 billion dollars that were planned during his initial offer last April, an offer that the leaders of the social network had accepted reluctantly. This summer, Musk tried to get out of the takeover, arguing that Twitter officials lied to him, including about the number of fake accounts. Backed by justice which gave him until October 28 to find an agreement, otherwise a trial, which Twitter had every chance of winning, would take place in November, the native of South Africa finally went all the way. of his original desire. Barely in charge, he cleaned up and fired CEO Parag Agrawal as well as chief financial officer Ned Segal and head of legal affairs Vijaya Gadde. Either the officials with whom he had had trouble leaving and had exchanged less than stellar tweets. Elon Musk will finance the acquisition of Twitter with more equity than expected: 27 billion dollars that he collected by separating, among other things, from a nice package of Tesla shares. The balance is provided by investment funds such as Qatar Holding and wealthy entrepreneurs such as Larry Ellison (Oracle) as well as by bank loans (BNP Paribas, Société Générale, Bank of America, etc.). These loans are supported by Twitter and not by Elon Musk … It remains to be seen what the bubbling boss will do with the social network. Both in terms of its financial model and in terms of content and its moderation. He has never hidden his desire to make it an American-style WeChat.

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