Elon Musk will leave as CEO after conducting a poll that resulted in 57% of respondents voting for him to step down, Musk tweeted that he would do so — once he finds ‘Someone Foolish Enough’ as a successor.
Elon Musk seems to respect the commands of Twitter users. Musk tweeted on Tuesday that he would step down as head of Twitter once a suitable replacement was found. Below is a poll released Sunday by the owners of Twitter asking users if they should step down as heads of Twitter. More than 57% voted for Mr. Musk’s resignation while 42.5%, on the other hand, said ‘no’.
Musk, who was CEO of Telo and Twitter after the Twitter acquisition, was frustrated by the way Twitter treated him. Musk himself has been so busy that he admitted he would quit Twitter if there was a successor to him. About 5,000 of Twitter’s 7,500 employees have left the company since the acquisition, but Twitter is still in the experimental phase of rolling out new structures and supporting new features.
On Tuesday, Elon Musk’s net worth hit a two-year low, the biggest drop since October, after Tesla shares fell.
This is the first time Musk has written about retirement. Even after he created the polls, he was unsure of the results as they began to turn against him. But Wednesday he said he would resign if he found an “idiot” running the company.
Almost two months after Musk’s acquisition, the ailing social network suddenly announced its intention to step down from its top post. Under his leadership, Twitter faced massive layoffs, lawsuits from former employees, declining advertiser spending, sudden policy changes, and international outrage after he suspended journalists and other high-profile users. face to face Before Musk finalized his deal to acquire Twitter in October, he was reportedly set to become its CEO for just a few months before handing over the reins.
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