After some back-and-forth negotiations, Twitter accepted Elon Musk's bid to buy the social media giant. So... now what? Shelly Palmer talks with Dan Bowens and Kayla Mamelak about Elon's plans for the platform and what those changes mean to you. Continue Reading →
Elon Musk's desire to buy Twitter has dominated tech headlines for weeks. The deal at first seemed impossible (or at least improbable), but now it’s official: Twitter has accepted Musk’s offer of $44 billion to buy the company. Continue Reading →
The debate (if you can call it that) about Elon Musk's possible Twitter takeover is a welcome distraction. As frivolous entertainment goes, it's right up there with Wordle and Star Trek spin-offs. Continue Reading →
Elon Musk said, "I invested in Twitter as I believe in its potential to be the platform for free speech around the globe." This sounds awesome. I have only one question: How would you actually do it? Not hypothetically, but actually. Step by step. How would you do it? Continue Reading →

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Elon Musk owns approximately 9.2 percent of Twitter. What will happen if he takes the company private? What will happen if he simply dumps his shares and walks away? Is $54.20 enough to motivate Twitter shareholders? Continue Reading →
Let me get this straight. I'm about to get into a Twitter war on a topic such as women's reproductive rights, politics, taxes, music, sports, race relations, #MeToo, or any other topic that might inspire me to comment or state my case, and Twitter thinks that letting me know that there are very strong feelings on display will be news to me or be helpful in any way? Perhaps the people at Twitter missed that day at Twitter school. Continue Reading →