Topics regarding layoffs at Twitter

Topics regarding layoffs at Twitter

Elon Musk admitted X ‘might fail’—then the social network accidentally removed swaths of historic content, including Ellen’s Oscars selfie that

It seems like Elon Musk’s infinite faith in X—formerly known as Twitter—might finally be running dry. The owner of the company—who is also the CEO of Tesla, and founder of the Boring Company and SpaceX—admitted the platform “may fail, as so many have... —  read more 

The countdown can start

I think it's more than clear that Twitter is all but done. I'm sad to see what the site I used to frequent has been reduced to but facts are facts. Anybody still employed there (all five of you) should have already started looking for something new... —  read more 

Twitter becomes X Corp.

Twitter has announced a significant development, stating that it has merged with everything app called 'X', owned by Elon Musk. In a court filing in the US, Twitter quietly disclosed that it no longer exists. "Twitter Inc. has been merged into X... —  read more 

Company valuation

If Elon values ​​the company at $20 billion now and says that he sees a "clear but difficult path" for it to become a $250b company, I'm curious what miracle needs to happen to make his vision come true? It sounds too unrealistic.

Twitter and the Bank Runs Oh, and by the way..."A new academic study on 2023 bank fragility concludes that 186 U.S. banks remain vulnerable to a run on deposits that... —  read more 

Is this guy for real?

I guess we're finally seeing the true Musk - when he has no assigned handlers who make sure that any/all of his id--tic moves happen (but have to make sure he believes it was his idea not to do it). I can't believe there was a time when I believed in... —  read more 

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Another 50 bite the dust

The first real glitch that happens is going to bring the site down for good. There aren't enough people left who know how to fix it and nobody will want to join that mess any time soon. I feel bad for the people being let go but I have to admit that... —  read more 

New roles

How many of those who were laid off have managed to find new roles already? You had a head start since Twitter is the first company that had major layoffs and I'm guessing there were plenty of open positions at that time. I'm just curious since it's... —  read more 

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