What’s Next for Twitter: Layoffs, a Purge of Spam Accounts, and Trump’s Return | Barron’s
Elon Musk has decided he wants to own
after months of twists, and users should brace for drastic changes for the platform.
On Tuesday, it was publicly revealed Musk has offered to end his court battle with
(ticker: TWTR) and complete his acquisition of the social media company at the originally agreed upon price of $54.20 a share. Musk’s lawyers sent the proposal letter to Twitter a day earlier, and the company confirmed it has received it.
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