Twitter founder and CEO Elon Musk is looking for someone who can take over the social network as head of the network. But, he didn’t find it, so he didn’t hurry up, which he promised earlier.
Musk said his job as a CEO, who acquired Twitter in October for $44 billion, would be temporary. The billionaire said in November that he had been in court.
I plan to reduce my time on Twitter and eventually find somebody else to run that company.
However, on Sunday, he tweeted that there isn’t any successor.
The question isn’t to find a CEO, but to find a CEO who supports Twitter, wrote Musk.
The question is not for one to find a CEO; the question is for one to find a CEO who can keep Twitter alive.
Elon Musk (@elonmusk) December 18, 2022.
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The billionaire posted a poll on Sunday asking people to join Twitter if he wants to stop working for the company; majority of the 17 million respondents said that he would like to step down from his position as CEO.
On Sunday, he said that he would stick to the poll results. However, later, Elon began to speculate about the bots voting and told me the elite would like to participate in more polls.
Twitter voted to fire Elon Musk – the billionaire still talks about the bot attacks and is preparing a new survey with a paid admission blue.
Sources told CNBC the search for a new CEO is ongoing and began even before the Twitter poll took place.
Since the acquisition, Musk hasnt managed the company well: massive layoffs, erroneous updates, naive tax-bans, and advertiser churns from the platform. Elon himself notes that since he became an editor of the social network, the use of Twitter has reached its historical maximum.
Twitters mismanagement raises concerns about other business ventures. This year, Musk sold Tesla shares worth billions of dollars to fund a takeover of the social network. He also brought in engineers, lawyers and executives from Tesla, SpaceX and Boring Co. to work for the company.
Elon Musk sold 3 yen yen ($80,584 per cent) in Tesla as the automakers market capitalization falls below $500 billion for the first time in two years.
On Monday, Senator Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass, wrote to the Tesla CEO Robin Denholm expressing her concern that Musk and the board may have violated their legal obligations to Tesla shareholders. Elizabeth, who had argued with Musk in the past with the wealth tax, is asking the board to answer specific questions about the misappropriation of Tesla resources and the conflict of interest caused by the purchase of Twitter by Musk.
On Twitter Monday night, Musk tweeted that the United States was definitely hurt when Warren became a senator.
Despite her insanity, it certainly ruined the lives of the United States as a senator.
Elon Musk (@elonmusk) December 2022.
Last month, NASA Administrator Bill Nelson asked the SpaceX president and the Coo Gwynne Shotwell if a close and intense attention from Musks to Twitter could affect the collaboration with the space agency. Nelson was assured that he didn’t do that.