Twitter’s chief executive Parag Agrawal communicated the event to the staff on Monday through an email. He told them that they could submit their questions to Musk in advance of the meeting.
This all-hands meeting is going to be the first time for Musk to speak directly with the company’s workforce since he launched his takeover bid.
However, Musk earlier this month threatened to drop the deal. Apparently, the media company baffled his requests to learn more about its user base.
Through regulators, Musk filed a letter in which he said he had an entitlement to doing his own measurement of spam accounts. The letter formalized a dispute that had simmered for weeks after he declared the deal “on hold” pending further information.
According to analysts, Musk is believed to be using the issue to renegotiate the price or even walk away from the deal. They said the decision to raise the matter on social media is unconventional, making it hard to establish how serious he was.
Regardless though, Mr. Agrawal defended the company’s process of identifying fake accounts with a series of tweets. Mr. Musk responded to this with a ‘poo’ emoji.
The company’s shares stood at $37.03 each at the end of New York trading on Monday, well below Mr Musk’s offer price of $54.20.
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