Elon Musk gestures during an event. File photo
The head of electric car maker Tesla Inc is likely to clarify recent comments about remote work and talk about his strategy for Twitter, including the role of advertising and subscriptions, according to the report published on Wednesday.
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Twitter and Tesla did not immediately respond to a Reuters' request for comment outside regular business hours.
Musk, the world's richest person according to Forbes magazine, is trying to buy Twitter for $44 billion.
Earlier this month, Musk had said that Tesla employees were required to be in the office for a minimum of 40 hours per week, closing the door on any remote work. "If you don't show up, we will assume you have resigned," he said.
Twitter shares rose roughly 5% in post-market trading, after closing up 2% on Wednesday.
"This led public policy executive Caroline Strom to send out a polite query. Several employees noted that there was tension between the comms/policy teams, who had little/less control over moderation, and the safety/trust teams," he said.
Though Black Out Tuesday was originally organised by the music community, the social media world also went dark in support of the Black Lives Matter movement, joining voices around the world outraged by the killings of black people in the US.
The stock of electric-vehicle maker which has climbed 145 per cent this year, crossed $1,000 for the first time ever this week, making it one of the top performers on US stock exchange.
"In the (hopefully unlikely) event that Twitter forces this deal to close *and* some equity partners don’t come through, it is important to avoid an emergency sale of Tesla stock," he said in a tweet late on Tuesday.
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