After Musk fired half of the employees, the Twitter founder: I take responsibility
The face of the site’s founder Twitter And its former CEO, Jack Dorsey, addressed a message to employees at the company following the takeover amid the mass layoffs that have affected thousands in recent days Elon Musk Speaking on the platform late last month, he said: “The people of Twitter, old and new, are strong and resilient.”
Dorsey pointed out in two tweets that the work teams within Twitter have always enjoyed strength and independence no matter how difficult the situation they find themselves in, emphasizing his knowledge that many are angry with him.
Last Friday, the US billionaire laid off about half of its 7,500 employees.
“I realize a lot of you are mad at me,” said Jack Dorsey, who co-founded the social network in 2006. “I take responsibility for everyone who finds themselves in this situation: I have made this company grow so quickly. I apologize for that.”
The Twitter founder thanked everyone who had been with the company over the past few years, but also made it clear that this feeling was not mutual on the part of the employees towards him.
Dorsey left Twitter’s board of directors in 2022 after handing over the CEO position to Parag Agrawal, the group’s former chief technology officer, in late November 2021.
Elon Musk bought Twitter on October 27 and immediately dissolved its board of directors, firing Agrawal and other senior officials and employees.
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