I haven’t dived deep into any of these claims, but how do I see some fuss about how Tesla is probably a huge registry scheme? I wonder, because Tesla CEO Elon Musk looks like … um, register-scheme. Musk made the news this week because he was offered a seat on Twitter’s board of directors only to leave when Twitter told him he had to pass a background check (Lamao, not shady at all). Now Musk is leading a hostile takeover of Twitter, offering to buy the public company for 43 billion so he can take it personally.
Elon Musk offered to buy Twitter at $ 54.20 a share, saying the social media company needed to be personally converted, more than a week after the first company published 9.2% of the shares.
“I have invested in Twitter because I believe it has the potential to be a platform for freedom of speech around the world, and I believe that freedom of speech is a social essential for an effective democracy,” Mask wrote in a letter to Twitter chairman Brett Taylor. In a securities filing. According to Musk, the social media company has to go private because it “cannot or will not improve” freedom of speech in its current state.
“As a result, I’m offering to buy Twitter 100% at $ 54.20 per share in cash, a 54% premium from the day I started investing in Twitter and a 38% premium from the day before I publicly announced my investment,” he wrote. “My offer is my best and final offer and if it is not accepted, I will have to reconsider my position as a shareholder. Twitter has great potential. I will open it.”
Twitter shares jumped 12% in premarket trading after closing at $ 45.85 per share on Wednesday.
Musk first announced his participation in the social media giant on April 4 and later got a seat on the company’s board of directors before reversing those plans. The Tesla CEO has previously publicly criticized the social media giant, polling people on Twitter last month about whether the company adheres to freedom of speech policies and said he was considering creating a new social media platform.
Shares of Twitter have been seen in recent weeks in Musk News, but have risen 6% this year and 18.5% since the beginning of the month. Mask’s offer to Twitter is worth about $ 43 billion.
I can’t believe that AF-King billionaire Wingnat – the world’s richest man who doesn’t pay taxes – is arguing that a public company needs to be privatized so that freedom of speech and democracy can reign. He is launching a public campaign called “Bring Back the Nazis on Twitter”. Everyone knows Kasturi will let Trump come back too. “Twitter has tremendous potential. I’ll open it. “ It makes me so anxious.
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