Elon Musk lays off more Twitter employees, including hardcore loyalists: ‘Looks like I’m being let go’ Struggled with cost-cutting. The Information first reported the layoffs, saying the company let go at least 50 employees on Saturday in various departments, including engineers who help keep the social network running.
The layoffs also included staunch Musk loyalists, tweeted Schiffer, who closely covers the company for the platform. He said the layoffs included “a ton of surprises.” For example, he tweeted Twitter Payments chief executive Esther Crawford was fired. given.
In early November, Crawford tweeted that when your team is pushing 24/7 to meet a deadline, sometimes you have to #SleepWhereYouWork. A senior product manager, tweeted that she received emails from was kicked out of the account.
De Kuijper who founded Tool Review, an editorial newsletter acquired in 2021, tweeted: Lack of email to wake me up Feels like I’ve been let go Now my review journey is really coming to an end.
Since Musk acquired the company in October last year, Twitter’s workforce has dropped by more than 70% and its main source of revenue, advertising, has fallen significantly. Amidst the turmoil, the company has reported some technical glitches. has experienced.
Twitter users in North America were unable to send messages on February 8 with an error message that they had exceeded the daily limit for sending tweets Twitter may not be working as expected for some of you We are aware and working to fix it, tweeted the company.
Musk has attempted to generate revenue in ways other than advertising, but so far those efforts have done little to improve the company’s financial standing. Among those efforts, Twitter Blue is a monthly subscription service with a blue verification check mark. is included.
That service took off when trolls used it to impersonate brands and celebrities. Only about 180,000 users had reportedly signed up for the service as of the middle of last month. Many advertisers have been warned that Musk will take over a self-described free-speech despot platform.
Even the layoffs didn’t stop Musk from focusing on a variety of touchy topics this weekend after newspapers across the country banned the comic strip for comments it called racist, hateful and discriminatory. Musk came to the rescue of Dilbert creator Scott Adams.
Adams described black people as members of a “hateful group” that white people should keep their distance from. Musk tweeted: For too long the US media was racist against non-white people are racist against people.
The same may happen to America’s elite colleges and high schools Try Not To Be Racist Touching on the pandemic, the actor talked about “one of the craziest scripts” he had read.
So that is the way the film goes, the entertainer made sense of. The world’s greatest medication cartels get together and purchase every one of the media and every one of the lawmakers and power every one individuals on the planet to remain secured in their homes. What’s more, individuals can emerge on the off chance that they ingest the cartel’s medications and continue to take them again and again.”
I threw away the script they joked again I mean who was going to believe that crazy idea? Being forced to do drugs? I do this voluntarily all day long Should tweet in response So down to earth Good job @nbcsnl When a Twitter user wrote Get ready for a recession Musk replied: Maybe those media outlets don’t understand that their propaganda is wrong .
While The Wall Street Journal reported on Sunday that the US Department of Energy is leaning toward the Covid lab-leak theory and the FBI is getting involved, Musk also balked at the origins of the pandemic when fellow PayPal alumnus David Sachs shared the article. and tweeted that Anthony Fauci, the former director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, and others were behind a disinformation campaign about the laboratory origins of the coronavirus, to which Musk responded.