After Musk announced that he no longerinterested in buying Twitter, he still decided to take the deal. He is now officially the owner of Twitter. He came to the office with his own sink, and his first decision was the dismissal of top managers of the company.
According to The New York Times, Elon Musk has begunhis job as the owner and CEO of Twitter with the "purge" of Twitter, firing at least four top executives. They include former CEO Parag Agrawal, Twitter CFO Ned Segal, policy chief Vijaya Gadde and general counsel Sean Edgett.
Anonymous sources The New York Timesclaim that at least one of the leaders had to be "escorted out of the office." None of the executives named in the report responded to a request for comment.