He is in the "find out" stages of the good, old "fu-k around and find out."
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@2odl Again, if he was not able to get the numbers (which we all know is a lie and these are just the machinations of a desperate man who fu---d up - but let's say for the sake of argument it's all true) why did he go through with the deal? He didn't have the crucial info (according to him) and he said, eh, let's still do it? Such genius.
If they won't give him the information AFTER the bid he had no chance prior to. Twitter is full of id--ts doing the five finger shuffle all day rather than working. He saw through their lies.
That's the kind of stuff you check BEFORE you commit to a deal. I mean, if Musk is such a brilliant businessman, you'd think he'd have thought about something so obvious before he offered to buy the company well above its market value. Right? Not doing that would be such a dilettante move, something somebody so verse in business would know better than doing, right?
Elon Mump is not a good role model for my kids.
He should lose his contract with the agency.
Twitter was in bad shape operating with a scam business model even before he came along. He just took a look and confirmed the fraud before deciding that the company wasn't worth saving. He made a smart business decision. Can't blame him for walking away from a faulty business model riddled with potential liabilities. Imagine the lawsuits from advertisers who were fed the fake data. Or actual users manipulated into thinking there are actual followers interested in their "brilliant thoughts."
Well, they need to provide the info about the insane number of fake and bot accounts to properly assess value.
They don't want to provide it because they know the entire platform is manipulated to be an echo chamber. Can't say I blame him.