If you use Twitter, you’ll know that since Elon Musk took control of the company he’s been the platform’s main character.
After firing thousands of employees, he’s been issuing new diktats for Twitter’s users, and has suspended some journalists from the platform, before reversing some policies after they’ve backfired or has doubled down harder.
It’s been chaotic.
Meanwhile, Tesla’s share price has been tanking so badly that investors have been pressuring Musk to stop spending so much time on Twitter.
Tesla shares have lost 51.4 per cent in value since September.
They were worth US$308.73 in September, but now they’re worth US$149.87.
Yesterday, Musk ran a poll asking Twitter’s uses if he should step aside from the leadership of the company, and they voted overwhelmingly: YES.
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