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Elon Musk tells advertisers Twitter can't become 'free-for-all-hellscape'

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Elon Musk is expected to finalize a $44 billion deal for Twitter on Friday. Musk made a quirky visit to Twitter's San Francisco headquarters with a kitchen sink. Musk previously told prospective investors that he planned to cut Twitter's staff by some 75%. Twitter had taken Musk to court to make him go through with a deal to purchase the company.
Published 3 months ago

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