Elon Musk Needs a Shade, According to Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal

Elon Musk Needs a Shade, According to Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal ...

Get Twitter, Inc. Embattled Twitter (TWTR) - In a series of tweets Friday, ReportCEO Parag Agrawal threw some shade against Elon Musk.

Last month, Musk and its board of directors reached an agreement on a $44 billion purchase of the micro-blogging service.

While the acquisition is pending, Tesla CEO pledged not to make displeasure comments. In the days leading up to the agreement, he offered some point of view.

Musk stated earlier Friday that the transaction was put on hold pending an investigation into the number of fake and spam accounts on the service, implying that he did not believe the company''s estimate of 5%.


Twitter announced two senior executives leaving Thursday. "And some have been asking why a "lame-duck" CEO would make these changes if the deal were purchased anyway, according to Agrawal. The short answer is fairly straightforward: While I expect the deal to close, we must be prepared for all scenarios and always do what is right for Twitter.

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There is no need to have any influence on Twitter. We take pride in our effort. Regardless of the company''s future ownership, we were here to enhance Twitter as a product and business for customers, partners, shareholders, and all of you.

So what should you expect from me before heading back? He said he was still focused on doing the job, and that includes making costly judgments as needed. This is not the case with my comments on the day''s topic, but rather on the ongoing, continuous, and challenging work our teams are doing in order to improve the public conversation on Twitter.

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