Twitter CEO Elon Musk to Resign as a Dogecoin (DOGE), Fan?


On Sunday afternoon, Elon Musk, the new CEO at Twitter, asked people to vote on whether they think he should keep leading the company or if they should resign. The results have been posted after 12 hours with more than 17,000,000 votes. 57.6% of those surveyed agreed that Musk should resign.
Elon Musk’s Twitter Poll
The vote comes less two months after Tesla CEO bought Twitter for $44Billion at the end October. This gives him sole control over the social media company. The takeover has already been turbulent with mass firings, executive reshuffling, and mass firings, as Musk worked his way through the company.


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Musk stated in his initial post that he would abide by the poll results. However, he has not spoken on the matter since the poll closed at 3 :20 AM.

Should I resign as head of Twitter? I will respect the results of this poll.
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December 18, 2022 by Elon Musk (@elonmusk).


Musk tweeted further that
Nobody wants to be the person who can keep Twitter going. There is no successor.
Will Musk Step Down?
Musk has been very cryptic since he published the poll. Musk added that he had just published the polls and was now cryptic in his tweets, “Be careful what you wish for, because you might get it.”
Elon Musk has been following poll verdicts since before. He recently unbanned Donald Trump, former President of the United States, after a Twitter poll that concluded in his account being set free.
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DOGE Fan Musk Hinted At Leave
Despite the fact that the poll appears to have been a spur-of the-moment decision by Twitter’s new head, the indications are that he doesn’t intend to be the CEO in the long-term.
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Musk stated in November that he would most likely seek out a new executive to head the social media site. Tess Renearson was also responsible for crypto at Twitter but left the company in November.

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