MySpace's Tom Anderson wants to take over Twitter
It looks like the tech world is about to get a lot more interesting. MySpace creator Tom Anderson has announced his desire to take over Twitter - a social media platform that's been making headlines this year after Elon Musk made an offer of $44 billion to acquire it. Read on to find out what Anderson has planned, and what this could mean for the future of Twitter.
After simply a half and a month, Elon Musk has actually confirmed that he has plans to resign as Twitter CEO when he discovers another person who can take over the CEO function. As of today, we have no concept who that could be, and it sounds like Musk hasn't discovered any candidates rather yet. Nevertheless, numerous are actively campaigning for the function including MySpace Tom himself, Tom Anderson. The MySpace creator reacted to Musk's resignation tweet with an image of his MySpace profile, relatively attempting to put himself in the running for the position. Anderson hadn't used Twitter for over a year until Elon Musk started recommending he might step down as CEO. At that time, Anderson began putting out feelers for the CEO position. Of course, this might simply be a joke, and he may not in fact want the role, however it stays to be seen.
Users and engagement have actually increased (according to Musk), marketers have also run away the platform and Musk has actually spoken out about how the task is a fool's errand as the company is just bleeding cash.
Twitter has actually had an unusual 2022 with Elon Musk revealing his desire to buy the company for $44 billion previously this year. At the end of October, Elon Musk took complete control over the company and began making significant changes including laying off half of the business, dissolving the board of directors, and introducing controversial policy changes and a revamped Twitter subscription service.
Twitter has actually had a strange 2022 with Elon Musk revealing his desire to buy the company for $44 billion previously this year. At the end of October, Elon Musk took full control over the company and started making major modifications consisting of laying off half of the company, dissolving the board of directors, and presenting questionable policy modifications and a revamped Twitter subscription service.
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Twitter has actually gone through a great deal of changes because Elon Musk took control of. Although users and engagement have actually increased (according to Musk), advertisers have actually also run away the platform and Musk has actually spoken up about how the task is a fool's errand as the business is simply bleeding cash. Whether that sounds enticing to anyone, let alone somebody whose most notable job is running a social media company throughout a completely various internet landscape, is a secret at the minute.
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