Twitter Finally Approves Elon Musk.Tesla CEO Elon Musk has been meeting one obstacle after another as he endeavors to buy up Twitter. Now, though, his dream may be within reach—Twitter’s board of directors has recommended that the company’s shareholders approve Musk’s $44 billion offer. With support coming in unanimously and top execs set to receive financial remuneration due out of this merger, it’ll only be a matter of time before they make this long-awaited union official. And though shares fell nearly 4% from its original $54 per share price when first made public last year—since then, both Tesla and Twitter stocks have dropped even further – currently trading at just under 40 cents apiece for each share of Tesla stock owned – but that shouldn’t dampen this optimism we’re feeling towards Musk being able to close the deal anytime soon! Indeed when your decision makers are so confident about their roadmap ahead, it’ll only be a matter of time before all doubts fade away!Twitter Finally Approves Elon Musk
Twitter Finally Approves Elon Musk
Tesla CEO Elon Musk has been fighting an uphill battle against trying to acquire Twitter. But the company’s board of directors are now closer than ever before with announcing the approval of his 44-billion-dollar bid. According to an SEC filing.Twitter Finally Approves Elon Musk.Twitter’s Board unanimously recommends that the Company’s stockholders adopt Tesla’s proposal.The Board has also included advice to take measures such as obtaining proxies and putting off separate meetings if necessary in order for enough votes to go through without too much trouble from shareholders. Unfortunately, according to current shares levelswhich currently stand at $39 dollars – this takeover may have a chance of going south fast. Even so, we can’t forget about its share value diminishing considerably beneath the 30-billion dollar mark thanks largely due in part to TechCrunch contributors shedding light on the situation;bringing home my point that this decision still isn’t set in stone just yet given that nothing concrete will take place until November 2022.