Jack Dorsey unwilling to run Twitter after Elon Musk buys

Jack Dorsey unwilling to run Twitter after Elon Musk buys the company

Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey served as CEO twice, from 2006 to 2008 and from 2015 to 2021, until he was replaced by Parag Agrawal. Dorsey this week explainedwho is not keen on running Twitter when Elon Musk is still buying this social network.

    Image Source: Reuters, Anushree Fadnavis

Image Source: Reuters, Anushree Fadnavis

It should be remembered that Jack Dorsey recently praised both current CEO Parag Agrawal and Elon Musk himself for believing that together they can make Twitter succeed. It’s not yet clear who will lead the company after it passes under Elon Musk’s control. According to some sources, Musk himself is ready to head it for several months, while others say he has his eye on a third-party candidate.

Dorsey himself can participate in Musk’s deal with his Twitter shares, of which he owns 2.4% of the company’s equity. Agency Reuters incidentally told about the evolution of advertisers’ attitude to the deal to buy Elon Musk Twitter. Some of them hope that new services and initiatives will be implemented more quickly under Musk. Someone anticipates the influx of new users who can become advertising consumers. Private company status will allow Twitter to innovate faster, so advertisers hope for a positive change.


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