As for the board of directors, Musk completely dissolved it and hired those he trusted in their abilities to form a “Twitter” devoid of half of its employees.
On the orders of the only “Twitter” leader, Elon Musk, the management of the company he bought for 44 billion dollars decided to cancel a “day off” that was granted during the “Covid 19” pandemic to its employees, as well as canceling the “remote work” policy with some exceptions so that they return. To work in their offices full-time, according to the American Bloomberg Agency, citing sources, also mentioned that the richest man in the world is planning a massacre, in which 3,700 employees are fired, half of the company’s employees.
The move comes after the founder of the electric car maker Tesla, as well as SpaceX for space services, dismissed the company’s head of legal policy, trust, and security, Vijaya Gadde, born 47 years ago in India, in addition to the CEO, Parag Agrawal, born in 1984 in India, as well as the chief financial officer. 61-year-old American Ned Segal, Twitter general counsel Sean Edgett, wrote a tweet in which he said, “I’m no longer with the company,” indicating that the expulsion included him, with resignation or perhaps dismissal.
Then joined the dismissals, of a number of other executives, and directors of important departments, who no longer work for the company, including Sarah Personette, who was the chief customer officer, in addition to those who announced her resignation at Twitter herself, Dalana Brand, head of people and diversity for 4 years Nick Caldwell announced his resignation as Managing Director of Core Technologies.
As for the board of directors, Musk almost completely dissolved it, and he hired those he trusted in their abilities to form a new Twitter, according to the American Fox News network, including Jared Birchall, head of the Musk family office, as well as investor Jason. Calacanis, along with his attorney Alex Spiro, David Sacks, founding chief operating officer of PayPal, the online money transfer company, and Yoel Roth, Twitter’s head of safety and integrity, among others.