Twitter CEO Steps Down: Parag Agarwal resigns as Twitter CEO

New Delhi: Jack Dorsey, CEO of micro-blogging site Twitter, has resigned. Parag Agarwal will handle the new responsibilities of the company. Dorsey tweeted the news herself. In 2015, he became the CEO of Twitter. Since then, Dorsey has made this micro-blogging site a success. CNBC has published news about his resignation. Sources said that they have brought this report to the fore. Dorsey was the CEO of Twitter and Square (a digital payment company).

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Dorsey has been replaced by Pollen Agarwal of Indian descent. According to Twitter on Monday, Dorsey will be on the board of the social media company even though he is not the CEO. He will be on the board until 2022.

Indian-born Pollen Careergraph says he started working on Twitter in 2011. At that time, he was appointed as the Chief Technology Officer (CTO) of the social media giant. Pollen handles this responsibility till 2016. During his tenure as Chief Technology Officer, he learned the ins and outs of the micro-blogging platform’s technical strategy, machine learning, and artificial intelligence. In addition to handling technical responsibilities, he has to work with the customer and the income-expenditure and science team. Which enriches the pollen. This document about pollen is on the company’s Twitter leadership page. Pollen’s past says he did B.Tech in Computer Science and Engineering from IIT Bombay. He later did his PhD from Stanford University in the US. & Nbsp;

Former CEO Jack Dorsey has just opened his mouth after getting into the hands of Pollen. In a statement, Dorsey said: “As CEO of Twitter, I strongly believe in pollen. What he has been doing for the last 10 years is ‘Transformational’. It’s time to dump her and move on. ” However, this ‘Indian-American’ did not forget to thank Dorsey Parag for appointing him as CEO. In a statement, Pollen says, & nbsp; “The whole world is watching us now more than ever. Today’s news has given birth to many ideas in the minds of many people. Their views on our news are also different. Because they think about Twitter and its future. This thought of theirs is a signal to us. Whatever we do becomes a matter for them. Now show the full power of Twitter!"

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