Twitter users have voted in favor of Elon Musk.
More than 57% of users supported Musk’s ouster as CEO of Twitter. Twitter users have voted in favor of Elon Musk.
Elon Musk polled his Twitter audience on Monday about whether or not he should continue serving as the company’s CEO. Almost 57 percent of people wanted Musk to step down as CEO of Twitter, while only 42 percent wanted him to stay in that role. Musk has declared that he will abide by the poll’s results.
The second-richest guy on the entire planet is this individual. Musk has undertaken a number of layoffs since taking over as CEO of the social media platform in October, made substantial policy changes, and publicized the employee terminations publicly on Twitter.
Musk tweeted that any important policy changes at Twitter will be put to a vote when he was seen attending the Argentina vs. France Fifa World Cup Qatar 2022 final at the Lusail Iconic Stadium in Doha, Qatar.
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The apologies for not putting in place such a system sooner were includ in the tweet that went live just after the championship in Doha. As Musk has promise, such policy changes put into effect without agreement.
Soon after, Elon Musk asked his followers on Twitter if they believed he should step down as CEO of Twitter.
The voting results indicate that Musk will have to resign from his role as CEO of Twitter. But it’s not clear when he plans to do it or whether he’s already select a replacement.
Musk is presently the CEO of six different companies in addition to Twitter, including Tesla, SpaceX, The Boring Company, Neuralink, and the Musk Foundation. Musk earlier announced his decision to leave his position as CEO of Twitter, citing an excessive workload across all six companies.
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