For the first time since reaching an agreement to acquire Twitter in April, Elon Musk this week will answer questions from Twitter employees at a virtual company meeting according to Bloomberg. In late April, the Tesla CEO reached a $44 billion deal to acquire the social media company with the acquisition still waiting to be completed.
The meeting will take place this Thursday and Twitter employees will have the opportunity to ask Musk questions. Since Musk reached an agreement to acquire Twitter, he has been involved in a lot of backlashes with Twitter executives which has thrown the company’s future into uncertainty. In May, CEO Parag Agrawal relieved some top executives of their roles and announced the company was suspending all hiring in a cost-cutting move.
In recent weeks, Musk has cast some uncertainties about his acquisition of Twitter citing that the company’s user base may not be accurate due to spam bots. Despite the public outburst from Musk, Twitter executives remain committed to seeing through the acquisition, Bloomberg reports.
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