Musk Teases a Twitter Bankruptcy as More Executives Leave

Musk Teases a Twitter Bankruptcy as More Executives Leave

Musk Teases a Twitter Bankruptcy as More Executives Leave

Lea Kissner, Twitter’s chief information security officer, said just yesterday that she had made the decision to quit the recently purchased digital giant and pursue a position in another technological company.
Twitter’s newly minted owner, “Elon Musk,” purportedly issued a warning about the app’s impending insolvency as many of the organization’s senior officials quit their positions.

Elon Musk expressed a fresh worry about the potential insolvency of the social media site Twitter on November 10. After a large number of the dependable senior staff left Twitter, he voiced his worries.

Musk said he couldn’t rule out this bankruptcy during his first conference call with the Twitter team.

Two weeks after being acquired by it for $44 billion, according to Bloomberg News, a deal that credit experts claim has put Twitter’s solvency in jeopardy.

Elon Musk issued a warning earlier today in the first company-wide email about Twitter’s inability to “survive the approaching economic slump” if it doesn’t increase subscription revenue to make up for declining advertising revenues.

Yoel Roth is a well-known name on the list of resignations. Previously, the employee was in charge of directing Twitter’s response to hate speech, disinformation, and spam on the platform. He left on Thursday, and he won’t say anything about it.

On Thursday, Roth identified himself as the “former head of trust and safety” at the corporation in a tweet about himself.

I’ve made the difficult decision to leave Twitter, wrote Lea Kissner in a tweet, another renowned employee and the former Chief Information Security Officer of Twitter. I’ve had the privilege of working with some incredible individuals, and I’m incredibly proud of the privacy, security, and IT teams and the work we’ve accomplished.

I’m excited to figure out what’s next, she continued, “beginning with my reviews for @USENIXsecurity.”

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