Elon Musk says he will step down as CEO of Twitter, but won’t sell the company

Elon Musk has said that he will step down as CEO of Twitter once a suitable replacement is found. On Sunday he conduct a poll asked if he should resign and Twitter used it publicly overwhelmingly told him to go. He did not immediately respond to the poll’s results, but by Tuesday he appeared to have accepted the will of the people, after initially suggesting he might change it to Only paying users can vote in Twitter polls.

Of course, there is still no timeline for Musk to hand over power. And as his Tweet says, it would require finding “someone stupid enough to take the job.” Next one chaotic Chain belong to bad press and gutted its Staff It can be difficult to attract high-quality candidates to this position. However, standards have been set extremely low under Musk’s tenure, and a simple change at the leadership level can greatly improve Twitter’s image in a short time.

Of course, it’s likely that the change is largely down to aesthetics. Musk tweeted that he plans to stay and run the server and software teams. And there’s no indication he plans to sell the company he bought in October for $44 billion and quickly took it private. So it’s clear that he plans to stay involved in the company’s operations, but it’s unclear how much.


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