It did not confirm a report that data on 5.4 million users was offered for sale online as a result but said Friday that users worldwide were affected
Musk told a Miami technology conference that a viable deal at a lower price would not be out of the question
The Tesla CEO said Tuesday that Twitter's ban of Trump following the Jan 6, 2021 insurrection at the US Capitol was a “morally bad decision” and “foolish in the extreme”.
Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal announced an all-hands meeting to employees in an email on Monday, saying they'd be able to submit questions in advance, according to The Wall Street Journal
Of the two, Musk's electric vehicle company has fared worse, with its stock down almost 16% so far this week to $728
Musk reported the sale in a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission on Thursday
Tesla Inc's ambitions in China might give Beijing that leverage to pressure Twitter to silence human rights activists and other critics or ease its rules on propaganda if Musk's $44 billion purchase goes ahead
Last week, Musk made an offer to buy the microblogging site worth $41.39 billion. He currently holds a 9.2 per cent stake in the company.