Musk silent after Twitter poll asks him to quit

Washington DC, 20/12: Elon Musk has stayed silent on whether he will remain the head of Twitter.



The billionaire had asked his Twitter users Sunday whether he should step down as the leader of the social media site. More than 17 million votes were cast and delivered a clear verdict: 57.5% said he should quit, in a Twitter “poll” that closed after 12 hours on Monday.


Musk had said he would abide by the results of the vote. But hours after the vote closed, there was no acknowledgment from Musk on Twitter.


If he follows through, Musk will be handing over the reins of the company that he bought for $44 billion in late October. The turbulent weeks since then have been marked by mass layoffs at the company, falling advertising sales, executive resignations and the suspensions of various high-profile user accounts for infractions of newly invented policy

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