Dear readers, We are excited that we would like to share today. Tesla Chief Executive Elon Musk is reportedly planning that he buy Twitter with the initially agreed amount of $44 billion. This offer comes after Twitter has filed a suit against Musk for breach of the contract. We believe that this offer is best in the interest for all the parties involved. We we hope that the Delaware Chancery Court will accept Musk’s plan. Once more information is available, we will keep you posted.
1. What’s it about Twitter that has Elon Musk so keen to purchase Twitter?
Elon Musk, the CEO, founder and chief technology officer at SpaceX and the co-founder and Chairman of SolarCity and is co-founder and CTO for Tesla Motors. Musk is also the co-founder of The Boring Company, a tunnel construction business. Alongside his activities with the private industry, Musk is also a proponent of the Hyperloop, a high-speed vactrain transport system. Musk has now turned his attention towards Twitter and has teased that he might make it an “super application”. It is not entirely clear which reason Musk would want to purchase Twitter however there could be some plausible reasons. Musk could see Twitter as an essential communication instrument. Twitter is a tool that allows quick and efficient dissemination of information.
2. What sum did he originally agree to pay for Twitter
Elon Musk has been named the billionaire’s chief of staff at SpaceX and Tesla. He has suggested that Twitter might be transformed into a “superapp.” Musk said this in response to a tweet by a user asking to know if he’d be interested in buying the social network. Musk did not specify what price he’d be willing to spend for Twitter, but he also said that he’d accept the possibility of joining it into other companies. It would be a good idea to do this. sense for Musk, who has been a vocal critic of Twitter in the past. In 2016, Musk suggested a boycott of the platform after it suspended his account.
The media of the liberal left is concerned about Elon Musk taking control of Twitter. This is an indication that Americans are afraid to think for themselves and that there is a chance Musk might be used to support conservative ideas.