Three senior Twitter employees quit amid possible takeover by Musk

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As Elon Musk tweets poop emoji Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal looks like some of the platform’s executives are ready to move on.

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According to Bloomberg report, three senior employees leave the company: Ilya Braun, vice president of product management for health, communication and growth; Katrina Lane, vice president of Twitter; and Max Schmeiser, Head of Data Processing. According to Linkedin, Lane and Schmeiser have been with Twitter for about one and two years, respectively, while Brown has been with the company for six years.

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Twitter confirmed these departures.

“We remain focused on providing the very best experience for people on Twitter. We can confirm that they will leave Twitter for new opportunities. We are grateful for all of their hard work and leadership,” a TechCrunch spokesperson said.

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There’s been a lot of reshuffling at the top level of Twitter in recent weeks, and not just because of Musk. indecision about its potential purchase for $44 billion. Just last week Agrawal fired two key executives: Head of Revenue Bruce Falk and Head of Product Kayvon Beikpour, who was on parental leave at the time. Beikpour said that Agrawal, who was the CEO up to six months, asked him to leave because he wants to “take the team in a different direction”.

Musk said that if he acquires Twitter, then appoint a new CEOwhich means Agrawal’s days in this role are numbered.

“Some have asked why the lame duck CEO is making these changes when we are being bought anyway.” – Agrawal wrote on Twitter. “While I expect the deal to close, we need to be prepared for all scenarios and always do what’s right for Twitter. I am responsible for leading and managing Twitter, and our job is to strengthen Twitter every day.”

For now, Musk is holding off on his acquisition of Twitter, arguing that the deal “on hold» about spambots.




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