Elon Musk holds off Twitter blue verification badge relaunch

Elon Musk has confirmed today that the reintroduction of the “Blue Verified” badge on Twitter that was expected on November 29th will be temporarily halted. The adoption of the badge, which costs $8, has been one of his most contentious decisions since taking over the social media network last month. Continue reading “Elon Musk holds off Twitter blue verification badge relaunch”

Twitter will charge $8 for its Blue service: Elon Musk

On Twitter, Elon Musk revealed the benefits of paying a monthly subscription fee for a “blue tick” verification badge. According to previous reports, Twitter would charge $20 per month for verification, but the company will now charge $8 (Rs. 660 approx.) per month. Upon subscribing, Twitter users will receive a blue tick and four other benefits. Continue reading “Twitter will charge $8 for its Blue service: Elon Musk”

Twitter sues Elon Musk to force him to make $44 billion acquisition

Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla, terminated the $44 billion deal he had previously signed to acquire Twitter on July 9. He said that Twitter broke the terms of the agreement and didn’t give him important information about how real the platform was when it came to bot accounts and fake accounts. Continue reading “Twitter sues Elon Musk to force him to make $44 billion acquisition”

Elon Musk terminates $44 billion Twitter deal

Elon Musk announced a merger agreement with Twitter in April for purchasing the platform for US $44 billion ($54.20 per share). He has now officially ended the deal to buy Twitter, saying, among other things, that the social media company didn’t give him enough information about fake accounts. Continue reading “Elon Musk terminates $44 billion Twitter deal”

Parag Agrawal: Elon Musk will not join Twitter’s board

Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla and SpaceX, has withdrawn his plans to join the board of Twitter, his preferred social media platform. Musk said on Twitter on Saturday morning that he would not be joining the board of directors. On Sunday, Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal said that Musk still owns a lot of the company and that the company will keep listening to him. Continue reading “Parag Agrawal: Elon Musk will not join Twitter’s board”