elon musk He will meet with his staff this Thursday. excitementthus, for the first time since it tabled its offer of 44,000 million euros (equivalent to around 41,000 million euros) to buy the social network, the company will agree to answer questions from its employees.


  • Twitter increased revenue by 44% but lost 403 million by September

This Thursday, the businessman is expected to connect at a telematics meeting attended by up to 7,500 engineers, programmers and other staff, many of whom are demonstrating their own achievements. worry about platform changes This could result in the sale action agreed on last April 25th.

Possible questions to ask Musk include: doubts about layoffswhether it will try to change the way the company monitors and removes content that violates its internal policies, and also if it will allow the return to the social network donald trump. The former president’s account was permanently banned after it was used to foment the violent uprising against Capitol Hill to curb the loss of his supporters in the Presidential election. Musk said on May 10 that it was “a mistake” to deport Trump indefinitely.

This isn’t the first meeting Musk’s acquisition of the social network has been discussed, but the first one the richest man on the planet has attended. Previously, Twitter executives had to answer questions and complaints, as well as shareholders who did not respond to many of these questions. he was a controversial businessman who had to show his faceThe face of companies like Tesla or SpaceX.

purchase paused

after putting Silicon Valley is upside down With the move to take full control of Twitter, the takeover of the platform has hit a stalemate after Musk paused it on May 13. Tycoon justified this “temporary suspension” by saying it needed an independent report on how many of its social network users were “bots,” automated accounts, because internal studies limiting that percentage to 5% were unbelievable.

Musk even threatened to withdraw his offer, which would force him to pay compensation. This, in addition to his constant criticism of the platform, has given instability to the markets and especially to the markets. A Twitter in crisis whose shares have lost 25% of their value Since the sales agreement was reached last April. It is speculated that Musk is trying to lower the purchase price of the social network, which has already been agreed and sealed on paper with this.