Twitter co-founder and former CEO Jack Dorsey (Jack Dorsey) There is speculation about becoming CEO again. Meanwhile, the statement of Jack Dorsey has come to the fore. He said on Wednesday that he had no plans to lead the social media giant again. This statement comes after a recent regulatory filing showed that Elon Musk (Elon Mask) Were in talks with Dorsey to contribute his shares to the proposed acquisition. Reportedly, Dorsey, who currently heads the payments firm Block Inc., has access to Twitter. (Twitter) has a 2.4 percent stake.
Dorsey was named as the social media company’s CEO in 2008, two years after launching Twitter. However, he took up the position again in 2015 before handing over the responsibility to Chief Technology Officer Parag Agarwal in 2021. Elon Musk is currently engaged in fundraising of $44 billion. He will be able to take over the command of Twitter only after the deal is completed. Parag Agarwal became the CEO of Twitter just five months ago after the departure of Jack Dorsey. He had assumed office in the month of November.
Jack Dorsey supports Elon Musk
At the same time, some users were demanding that former CEO Jack Dorsey be made Twitter CEO back. Keeping in mind the relationship between Jack and Musk, people were speculating that he could be made the CEO of Twitter again. Jack Dorsey has supported Elon Musk’s statement in which he has said that the Twitter account of former US President Donald Trump should be restored. Let us tell you that Donald Trump has been blocked from Google to Twitter and Facebook-Instagram. Jack Dorsey has said that banning Trump’s account was a wrong decision.
‘Twitter is not a bar’
Jack Dorsey said, ‘I agree that sometimes users are banned for spam or tweets against policy, but it is our failure to block an account forever. ‘ Dorsey has also shared a tweet of his on January 14, 2021, in which he is saying that we are not celebrating after banning Donald Trump. Answering the question why it is wrong to ban someone on the virtual platform Dorsey said, ‘Twitter is not a bar.’ On the other hand, Twitter has not yet responded to Musk’s remarks and there was no immediate comment from Trump’s spokesperson. His Twitter account was suspended before the end of Trump’s term, when he had more than 88 million (88 million) followers.