Twitter co-founder Jack City Block, CEO, apologized for half of his employees. According to CNBC on the 5th, Jack City said, I know that many people are angry with me.
Dillon Musk Tesla, who bought Twitter, reduced 3,700 people, up to 50%of members, following key personnel such as Para-Agrawal Twitter. According to the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) document, Twitter employees were about 2,000 in 2013, just before the listing, and 7,500 as of the end of last year.
Jack City Block, CEO of Jack Town, acknowledged the responsibility of this situation, saying, The past and the current Twitter people are strong and recovery. He said, No matter how difficult it is, I will find a way.
The city was fired in 2008 shortly after the establishment of Twitter in 2006. I sat back in 2015, but it was not smooth. The board of directors and investors threw questions on the city’s Twitter management policy, and the city was under pressure to resign. He resigned from Twitter last November.
There was also a prediction that a city with Musk would hold a Twitter baton again. According to the Wall Street Journal (WSJ), the city has emphasized Musk a more public role on Twitter since the beginning of the management performance. The city also said, Dillon is the only solution I trust.
However, the city denied several predictions and dismissed, No one should be CEO of Twitter. In the meantime, the city has emphasized the decentralization method of leading social media by managing data directly by individual users without a specific company or intermediary control. Instead of the CEO, it is pursuing autonomous management that has strengthened user choice.