More top Twitter executives likely to resign

More top Twitter executives likely to resign

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More top executives are likely to step down after Tesla and SpaceX founder Elon Musk took control of Twitter amid a surge in hateful content on the social networking site.

According to international media reports, Twitter’s top executive resignations continue, with several executives, including the company’s advertising and marketing heads, leaving the company in the past few days.

Elon Musk fired former CEO Parag Aggarwal, former CFO Ned Segal and former chief legal officer Vijay Gade when he took control of the company.

Since then, of Twitter Chief Customer Officer Sarah Personett, Dalna Brand, Chief People and Diversity Officer. General Manager for Core Technologies Nick Caldwell, and Chief Marketing Officer Leslie Berland Have resigned.

According to the report, several Twitter employees have told the media that they are being given little information about the future of the company.

The report also states that Elon Musk’s team is scheduled to hold a meeting with advertisers in New York this week, following an increase in hateful content on Twitter, with advertisers asking for any harmful content to appear with their ads. Concerns have been expressed.

According to the report, hateful content on the social media website has grown exponentially since Elon Musk took control of Twitter.

After that, a coalition of more than 40 advocacy organizations, including the NAACP and Free Press, sent a letter to Twitter’s top 20 advertisers on Tuesday, saying that if Elon Musk were to stop posting hateful content on Twitter. If you don’t control it, stop your ads.

Media Brands, which is part of ad holding company IPG, has advised its clients to stop advertising on Twitter until next week until the company secures user trust and information on the social media platform, according to a source close to the matter. It does not release more details about its plans.


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