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Twitter quit its Seattle office, saying that he didn’t pay any offence

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The company, which owns the same name, had offered to leave the rented office in Seattle. The New York Times reported on Thursday that Twitter stopped paying rent for its Seattle office. That resulted in an expulsion from Twitter.

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The leading editor of Platformer News, Zoe Schiffer, announced that the company closed its Seattle office by telling employees to come home to work.

In the wake of its announcement that it had massive layoffs, the company laid 208 employees off from its Seattle office. Since Elon Musk took over Twitter, the Seattle office was second largest in the city after the headquarters of San Francisco. She started working in 2012. The number of people at the time of the merger of Musks and Twitter was 7500.

According to the New York Times, almost 750 employees were fired at Musk’s initiative. For a more competitive economy, the company shut out data centers and ceased the maintenance of buildings and buildings. According to Elon Musk, Twitter will have an affable cash flow balance of 3 billion dollars in 2023, because of an unsatisfactory advertising environment and a higher cost of borrowing.

Earlier this month, Musk announced plans to hire someone to replace him as Twitter’s CEO.

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