Elon Musk brought a sink to Twitter’s headquarters. He published the recording
Elon Musk posted a video on Wednesday showing him entering Twitter’s San Francisco headquarters carrying … a sink.
The video shows the billionaire laughing and talking to someone out of range of the camera. Musk signed the video: “I go to the headquarters of Twitter – let it get there!“In the post he used the phrase” sink in “, which is a play on words referring to the equipment he was carrying (” sink “is” sink “- ed.).
Twitter marketing chief and human resources chief Leslie Berland sent an email informing employees that Musk would be in the office within a week. You can read the message below.
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“Hey team. As you will soon realize, Elon will be at the San Francisco office this week where he will meet people, walk the halls, and continue to do the important work you are doing here. If you’re in SF and see him nearby, say hello! For everyone else, this is just the beginning of many meetings and conversations with Elon, which you will learn directly from him on Friday. I’ll be in the office in SF soon, so glad to see you all! “
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Musk changed his Twitter bio to “Chief Twit”which translates to “Twit boss” or “fool boss”. Earlier, Tesla’s CEO reported on Twitter that he had returned to the couch in a spare room at a friend’s house in Silicon Valley.
The billionaire has until Friday to close the deal. The Delaware judge overseeing the court case gave both parties until October 28, 5 PM EST to agree a new deal, or the case would be reopened during a five-day trial in November.
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Bloomberg said funding banks are in the process of signing documents, and Musk promised the deal would close by Friday.
Authors: Grace Kay and Kali Hays
Translated by Mateusz Albin
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