Twitter Loses 5,000 Workers Under Musk

Twitter loses 5,000 workers under musk

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Bloomberg’s Kamaron Leach joins Caroline Hyde and Ed Ludlow to discuss the latest wave of layoffs at Twitter as Elon Musk fired workers from the sales side of the social network’s business beginning late on Sunday.

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