Elon Musk appears to be on his way to becoming the sole owner of Twitter. After the company's board of directors voted to accept his $44 billion buyout offer over the weekend.
Initially, it appeared that Twitter would reject Musk's offer, even launching a 'poison pill' mitigation process to prevent Musk from acquiring the firm through a stock purchase. According to reports, Twitter's board of directors felt they had no choice but to accept Elon Musk's offer, which means the billionaire will now be the one defining the rules and approving the platform's future direction.
"We don't know which route the platform will go if the deal closes," Agrawal said, referring to the Trump query. "I feel it's a question we should ask Elon when we have the opportunity to speak with him."
Agrawal also assured employees that no layoffs were in the works.