Jack Dorsey: Elon Musk Not Fit for Twitter

Twitter founder Jack Dorsey finally says Elon Musk is not the proper leader.

After saying 'Musk is the solitary solution' to manage Twitter a year ago, former Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey has altered his mind.

Dorsey now says Musk is not the ideal "steward" for Twitter. Musk's new restrictions have generated mayhem on the network, but Jack Dorsey now has a Twitter competitor.

Is Dorsey indirectly promoting his platform by criticizing Musk's leadership?Dorsey, whose Twitter profile is verified and suggests he subscribed to Twitter Blue, did not comment on Musk's leadership on Twitter.

He exchanged on BlueSky, a private site. Jason Goldman questioned Dorsey if Elon was the best platform steward, to which he replied "no."

"Nor do I think he did correctly after realizing his timing was bad. Nor should the board have compelled the transaction. It failed.

However, we can build something to prevent it from happening again. "I'm glad Jay and team and nots devs are building it," Dorsey remarked.

Dorsey also tweeted that Elon should have left by paying the board $1 billion.

"If Elon or anyone wanted to buy the company, all they had to do was mention a price the board felt was better than what the company could do alone.

For all public companies. Was I hopeful? Yes. Did I decide? No. He should have left and paid $1b.


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