Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal’s lengthy message on the changes

Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal posted a lengthy thread about recent changes to the team

New Delhi:

Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal posted a detailed thread about recent changes to his team and why he made them at a time when the microblogging site is set to be acquired by the CEO of Twitter. Tesla, Elon Musk.

The lengthy post came a day after Twitter fired two senior executives and Mr. Musk announced that the $44 billion deal to acquire the site is currently on hold pending data on fake accounts.

Mr Agrawal said that “some have asked why a ‘lame duck’ CEO would make changes if we got bought out anyway”.

“The short answer is very simple: While I expect the deal to go through, we need to be prepared for all scenarios and always do what’s right for Twitter. operating Twitter, and our job is to build a Twitter every day.” he tweeted.

“No one at Twitter works just to keep the lights on. We take pride in our work. Regardless of future company ownership, here we are improving Twitter as a product and a business for customers, partners, shareholders and y’all,” he added.

The Twitter CEO added that he “will not use the agreement as an excuse to avoid making important decisions”.

“People have also asked: why manage costs now rather than after the close? Our industry is in a very difficult macroeconomic environment – right now. I will not use the deal as an excuse to avoid taking decisions important to the health of the company, nor any Twitter executive,” he wrote.

Mr Agrawal then added that he was ‘focused on the job’ and ‘you can expect more change for the better’.

“So what can you expect from me in the future? I am always focused on my job, and that includes making tough decisions when needed. I will continue to embrace the deep complexities of our service and our business. And you can expect more change for the better,” he wrote.

He added that he “will try to bring more transparency to the work we do.” “You won’t see any tweets from me about the ‘topic of the day’ or loudest soundbite, but rather about the ongoing, continuous and inspiring work our teams are doing to improve the public conversation on Twitter,” he said. he wrote.

He also thanked his team for their concentration and agility.

“Finally – so much gratitude to our entire Twitter team. They stayed strong and focused, sharp and nimble. They got the job done, like they always have. Forward,” he wrote.

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