Now, it’s a reality. Elon Musk has completed the $44 billion acquisition of Twitter after months of legal turmoil, offensive memes, and will-they-won’t-they mayhem that would put your favorite rom-com to shame. Musk concluded the purchase on Thursday night by making Twitter private and removing certain top officials, including business executive Parag Agrawal, in the process.
Weiss added that “Decentralization may be a significant opportunity for Twitter.” “Regardless of your position on the topic, decentralization takes the facility away from companies and delivers it back to consumers. In recent years, shutdowns and bans grew even more prevalent.”
According to reports, Musk fired General Counsel Sean Edgett, Head of Legal, Policy, and Trust Vijaya Gadde, and business executive Ned George Segal on Thursday. Agrawal was bound to make an aggressive and abrupt first step given his well-documented disagreements and a fruitless virtual encounter with Musk. It is thus not surprising that Gadde, despite being a respected individual within the organization, was among the first to depart. Musk previously accused the head of state of “left wing prejudice” over her involvement in policy higher cognitive process at Twitter, singling her out and igniting a wave of racial hatred and harassment in her direction.