Elon Musk Puts Twitter CEO Job in the Hands of Voters

In a pretty typical Elon Musk move, he has put his job as CEO of Twitter in the hands of Twitter users via a poll. It has just been posted within the past 20 minutes:


In the unprecedented move, what was fascinating to me is that Ethereum creator Vitalik Buterin says he respects it. It seems to me that perhaps Musk bit off more than he could chew trying to run Twitter after buying it. Tesla shareholders, as a whole, haven't been pleased with his new role.

What do you think? Should he step down? I think should because the man clearly has too much on his plate: too many companies to run them all properly and with enough attention. Tesla, Neuralink, Boring Company, Twitter. I can't wait to see how this chapter plays out.

Perhaps the next CEO is already in place, perhaps this is just a stunt, who knows. This I can say for sure - Elon loves Twitter polls and the democratic process.

The results are currently very close, we shall see!

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