He wasn't happy with Twitter so he just became the largest shareholder
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Oh for sure.I wonder if has anything to do with Musk being under investigation about his purchase...
The SEC is investigating Elon Musk over his late disclosure that he had purchased Twitter stock, a report saysElon Musk potentially saved $143 million by filing a late disclosure, an accounting professor told The Wall Street Journal.www.businessinsider.com
I'd be surprised if it did continue.Anyone surprised?
Elon Musk asserts his "right to terminate" Twitter dealThis is Musk's first formal, legal suggestion that his agreement to buy Twitter is anything other than legally watertight.www.axios.com
He's in trouble either way, he definitely caused damage to Twitter, no chance we don't see a lawsuit happening.I'd be surprised if it did continue.
My guess, he got pissed at some perceived slight, bought the company to fix it, only to then realized that his problem was not that big of a problem as he thought it was.
And I'm guessing he thought bots were the issue.
BUT HE JUST BANNED H3H3 AND THEY CLEARLY HAD PARODY ACCOUNT LISTEDCall me crazy but I don't find this particular measurement a dumb idea.