The Tesla and Space-X CEO’s offer of 44 billion dollars for the social media platform Twitter was approved on Monday, and that’s raising all sorts of questions about what happens next.
Elon Musk, who according to Forbes magazine is the world’s richest person, is expected to make changes to the 16-year-old company.
We begin with a report from CGTN’s Owen Fairclough.
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Elon Musk’s deal to buy Twitter won’t be final until it’s put to a shareholder vote. Twitter has taken the first step in that process, filing its merger document with the SEC.
Here’s what the filing tells us. https://t.co/EQoFzcPwPh
— The New York Times (@nytimes) April 27, 2022
Twitter employees fear the worst, hope for the best with Musk deal https://t.co/lETO0WVuwZ
— Financial Times (@FT) April 27, 2022
Elon Musk’s deal to buy Twitter for $44 billion and take the company private is stirring alarm among Democrats who are worried former President Trump will return to his onetime favorite social media platform and spread disinformation. https://t.co/i5kGtjZZuM pic.twitter.com/k4pMUhkujz
— The Hill (@thehill) April 27, 2022
Four ways Elon Musk might change Twitter Foto: Pedro Herdoiza Crespo After the billionaire struck a deal to buy the site, speculation has begun over what the future holds. https://t.co/AqbPpZw7uH
— Pedro Redmont Herdoiza Crespo (@PedroRedmont) April 27, 2022