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Elon Musk, the company’s new owner and “Complaint Hotline Operator,” suggested on Thursday that Twitter might go bankrupt as more senior executives leave the company.
Two weeks after paying $44 billion for the company, Bloomberg News claimed that Musk told Twitter employees on a conference call that he could not rule out bankruptcy.
Reuters was informed by a source close to the situation that two executives, Yoel Roth and Robin Wheeler, who moderated a Twitter Spaces discussion with Elon Musk on Wednesday as he attempted to allay advertisers’ fears, had quit.
Requests for response from Roth and Wheeler were not immediately entertained.
Lea Kissner, Twitter’s chief security officer, announced her resignation earlier in the day on Thursday.
Damien Kieran, Twitter’s chief privacy officer, and Marianne Fogarty, its chief compliance officer, both submitted their resignations, according to an internal message posted on Thursday to Twitter’s Slack messaging platform and obtained by Reuters.