Musk says that Twitter management may move to someone else this year Musk says that Twitter management may move to someone else this year

Musk says that Twitter management may move to someone else this year

Musk says that Twitter management may move to someone else this year  Dubai: Elon Musk, the owner of the Twitter site and application, announced on Wednesday that another person may run the platform by the end of 2023, encouraging more communication on the social network after thousands of users reported problems using it.  "I think the end of this year is probably a good time to find someone else to run the company," he told participants at the World Government Summit in Dubai via video link.  "I need to stabilize the organization and make sure it is in a healthy place and the roadmap is clear," he added. I think it will be stable towards the end of this year.”  Abandoning the daily administrative operations of Musk, who spent $ 44 billion to buy his favorite social platform, will allow him to avoid accusations of neglecting his other projects, especially the car company “Tesla”, which has witnessed a decline in its share price since taking office.  In the past, Musk has given few clues about what kind of new manager he's looking for, saying only that his duties will be limited to software and engineering once "someone stupid enough" replaces him as CEO.  Musk's first few weeks on Twitter were in chaos, with mass layoffs, the return of banned accounts, and the suspension of accounts of journalists critical of the South African-born billionaire.  Musk's takeover has also seen a rise in racist tweets and hate speech.  Last week, thousands of Twitter users reported problems after the social network began allowing paying users to post tweets of up to 4,000 characters in length.  But despite the difficulties, the owner of Twitter encouraged more communication.  "As a networking forum, it's great," Musk said. I would just like to encourage more communication to speak in a kind of authentic voice.”  "Sometimes people have someone else as their Twitter manager or something. People should do their own tweets. I think this is the way to do it.”

Dubai: Elon Musk, the owner of the Twitter site and application, announced on Wednesday that another person may run the platform by the end of 2023, encouraging more communication on the social network after thousands of users reported problems using it.

"I think the end of this year is probably a good time to find someone else to run the company," he told participants at the World Government Summit in Dubai via video link.

"I need to stabilize the organization and make sure it is in a healthy place and the roadmap is clear," he added. I think it will be stable towards the end of this year.”

Abandoning the daily administrative operations of Musk, who spent $ 44 billion to buy his favorite social platform, will allow him to avoid accusations of neglecting his other projects, especially the car company “Tesla”, which has witnessed a decline in its share price since taking office.

In the past, Musk has given few clues about what kind of new manager he's looking for, saying only that his duties will be limited to software and engineering once "someone stupid enough" replaces him as CEO.

Musk's first few weeks on Twitter were in chaos, with mass layoffs, the return of banned accounts, and the suspension of accounts of journalists critical of the South African-born billionaire.

Musk's takeover has also seen a rise in racist tweets and hate speech.

Last week, thousands of Twitter users reported problems after the social network began allowing paying users to post tweets of up to 4,000 characters in length.

But despite the difficulties, the owner of Twitter encouraged more communication.

"As a networking forum, it's great," Musk said. I would just like to encourage more communication to speak in a kind of authentic voice.”

"Sometimes people have someone else as their Twitter manager or something. People should do their own tweets. I think this is the way to do it.”
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