Elon musk / Two big officers of Twitter fell, appointments in the company were also banned

Vikrant Shekhawat : May 13, 2022, 12:23 PM
Social media platform Twitter is constantly in the news after Elon Musk bought Twitter. Now CEO Parag Agarwal has removed two top executives of the company. Along with this, new recruitments have been banned in the company. Twitter confirmed on Thursday that the process of ousting the two senior executives is progressing. General Manager Kyvan Becpour, who leads the Research, Design and Engineering departments, and Bruce Falk, General Manager of Revenue, are both stepping down.

At the same time, Bekpore has confirmed this by tweeting. He wrote in the tweet, 'The truth is how and when I imagined leaving Twitter, and it was not my decision. Parag asked to leave after telling me that he wanted to take the team in a different direction. He thanked Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey for his support.

Falk, who was with Twitter for 5 years, has also confirmed his departure through a tweet. He tweeted, "I wanted to take a moment to thank all the teams I've been fortunate to work with over the past 5 years. Building and running these businesses is a team sport."

Twitter bans recruitment

At the same time, according to a report, Twitter CEO Agarwal has said in an official email to stop new recruitments. However, he clarified that at present there are no plans to lay off. A Bloomberg report claims that Parag Agarwal has cited several reasons behind the removal of these top officials. Their failure to generate revenue is discussed in the email.

Old employees upset about big changes

No one is aware of what changes Elon Musk will make in Twitter, but everyone is worried about the possible change because Elon Musk is known for his surprising decisions. According to The Harris Poll, 59 percent of Americans are happy after Musk's acquisition of Twitter, while current Twitter employees worry that Musk could make a dramatic change in the company.