Just two days after Elon Musk reached a deal with Twitter’s board to purchase the company for $44 billion, he attacked two of the company’s executives. That is not a good way to start out if he wants to endear himself to Twitter’s employees.
Plus, in his offer letter to Twitter, Musk himself stated, “I don’t have confidence in management.”
The prospect of Musk taking over Twitter has its employees uncertain about their futures — and recruiters for IT roles licking their chops.
“I’m sure every headhunter in the world has their eye on Twitter,” said William Morgan, CEO at cloud technology startup Buoyant, who used to manage engineering teams at Twitter.