The revival of twitter (2022-2023)

The revival of twitter (2022-2023)

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Elon Musk Buys Twitter and Fires 20% of Employees

November 4th, 2022

Last week, billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk made headlines once again when he purchased Twitter and fired dozens of employees.

According to sources close to the company, Musk had grown frustrated with what he perceived as a lack of efficiency and innovation at Twitter. He also expressed dissatisfaction with the platform's handling of hate speech and misinformation.

Elon stated that approximately 20% of employees were let go in order to streamline the company and make it more competitive.

In his typical brash style, Musk made the announcement on Twitter, stating that "ghostbusters are on the way" and that "drones will be deployed to hunt down rogue accounts."

The move sparked backlash from some, who called it an abuse of power and attacked Musk for his history of controversial statements on the platform. Others praised him for taking action against hate speech and fake news.

Twitter employees who were let go took to social media to share their feelings about the sudden change in leadership, with many expressing shock and anger over being abruptly fired without any warning or severance.

But as always, Musk forged ahead with his plans for the social media giant, promising major changes in the coming months. It remains to be seen if his actions will result in a better experience for users or just more controversy for the polarizing tech mogul.

Its all about the developers

November 19th, 2022


A great product can be made in a short amount of time. If a mass amount of employees leave, and another large amount fired. Then so be it. There are still enough developers. If the developers are happy, the product will turn out great. Look at Tesla and companies that Elon runs.

January 1st, 2023

Elon Musk's cost cutting measures are causing quite the stir at Twitter. According to reports by the New York Times, employees at the San Francisco headquarters of the microblogging platform have been bringing their own toilet paper to work after janitorial services for were cut due to pay disputes with employees in that department. Consequently, the office has become smelly and quite dirty with odours from leftover takeout food and body odour lingering in the air. All in all, it seems as though elon musk's cost cutting approach is putting a damper on things and not everyone is happy about it.

As a large effort to conserve funds, Twitter employees have also been asked to work remotely and rent payments at the company's Seattle building are on hold. Elon Musk has assured that despite these major changes, the site's performance won't be affected negatively, and will eventually only maintain offices in New York City and San Francisco, having skipped rent at both their Bay Area headquarters and SanFran office.

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