Twitter may cut its shrinking workforce as early as Monday. According to , Elon Musk is considering new layoffs targeting the company’s sales and partnerships teams. The extent of the potential cuts is unclear, but comes after a large number of employees . On Friday, Musk asked Robin Wheeler, Twitter’s head of ad sales, and Maggie Sunivick, the company’s head of partnerships, to lay off more employees. Both were stopped as they were pushed back.
Twitter did not immediately respond to Engadget’s request for comment. The company does not have a communication team. If Twitter moves forward with the cuts, they will come after Musk has already been fired The company was previously 7,500 strong workforce. With most websites And “at least 1,200” employees left after Musk’s ultimatum The crash will cause parts of Twitter to crash.
There are already signs of that happening. On Saturday, some users reported that the platform’s automatic anti-copyright system was not working. Found by in a thread Someone posted the whole thing The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift In almost 50 tweets. The thread circulated and was widely shared for about a day before Twitter suspended the account responsible for posting the footage.
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