Twitter Shareholders Vote to Approve Elon Musk’s Deal
Twitter Shareholders Vote to Approve Elon Musk’s Deal

Twitter Shareholders Vote to Approve Elon Musk’s Deal

14 september, 20221 minute to read
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On Tuesday, Twitter shareholders voted to approve Elon Musk’s $44 billion bid to buy the company.

The vote comes as Musk seeks to pull out of the deal, as he doubts the validacy of Twitter’s self-reported percentage of fake accounts and alleges the company was not as forthcoming as it should have been with its explanation of the calculation.

Twitter sued Musk for breaching the agreement, with a trial expected to begin in mid-October, while Musk filed a countersuit against the platform.

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14 september, 2022
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