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Updated : 3 months ago IST
Tesla CEO Elon Musk planned to charge users USD 8 a month for the new Twitter Blue subscription.
According to media reports, Musk is planning to charge users USD 19.99 (over Rs 1600) for the new Twitter Blue subscription that brings extra features like edit and undo tweets.
Elon Musk is planning to charge users USD 19.99 (over Rs 1600) for the new Twitter Blue subscription.
Updated : 3 months, 1 week ago IST
Elon Musk has said that he intends to replace Parag Agrawal as CEO of the Twitter and also intends to reverse the permanent ban on users, according to a Bloomberg report.
Updated : 8 months, 2 weeks ago IST
San Francisco [USA], May 20 (ANI): Tesla CEO Elon Musk on Thursday said that "Tesla is on my mind 24/7," in an attempt to calm down the investors worried about him being distracted by the Twitter deal that has impacted the stocks of his Tesla car company.
Washington [US], May 18 (ANI): In another undercover recording released by American far-right activist group Project Veritas, a Twitter employee has revealed that the company isn't profitable because of their woke ideology and company puts the "correct" views in front of people and mocks Elo
Updated : 8 months, 3 weeks ago IST
Washington [US], May 17 (ANI): Twitter does not believe in free speech and people working at the company hate 'hated' Elon Musk's USD 44 billion bid to take control of the company, said a man, who is being described as a senior engineer with the social media giant.
Updated : 9 months, 1 week ago IST
Washington [US], April 28 (ANI): In the last 48-hour of his buyout of the micro-blogging site Twitter, billionaire Elon Musk is again on a fun trail.
Washington [US], April 28 (ANI): Days after Tesla Chief Elon Musk take control over Twitter, he said that for the microblogging site to deserve public trust, it must be politically neutral.
Washington [US], April 26 (ANI): After Tesla Chief Elon Musk succeeded in his bid to take over Twitter, the former CEO of the microblogging site Jack Dorsey dropped a series of tweets, suggesting that he supports the move.