Elon Musk Buys Twitter, fires 3 top executives


Elon Musk, the richest man in the world, has finished acquiring Twitter for $44 billion (£38.1 billion), according to US media and a Twitter investor.

Mr. Musk appeared to be referring to the agreement when he tweeted, "The bird is freed."

According to reports, several senior employees, including the boss, Parag Agrawal, have been let go.

According to Reuters, Mr. Agrawal and two other executives were led out of Twitter's San Francisco offices on Thursday night.

Months of legal fighting have come to an end with the completion of the purchase, but it has raised concerns about the platform's future course.

According to US media sources, chief financial officer Ned Segal and the company's top legal and policy leader, Vijaya Gadde, are going with Mr. Agrawal.

The resignation of the executives seems to be confirmed by Twitter co-founder Biz Stone. He called all three of them "huge talents" and "wonderful humans" in a tweet in which he congratulated them for their "combined contribution to Twitter."

Bret Taylor, who had been the chairman of Twitter since last November, updated his LinkedIn profile to reflect his resignation from the position.


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