According to many Tesla employees, Elon Musk’s increasingly erratic behavior on Twitter is increasingly damaging the auto company’s sales numbers.
It will have been enough for Elon Musk to take the reins of Twitter for the tech mogul to pass, in the eyes of the general public, from the symbol of success to the incarnation of the megalomaniac troll. He managed, in the space of two months, to rush Twitter to the edge of the abyss. Not only is the company losing millions of dollars every day, but it is also unable to fix its platform: the new CEO has laid off 90% of the staff. The machine is broken, finances are at their lowest and the media image of the company is largely tarnished.
Risky management of Twitter, open support for the toughest fringe of the Republican Party, full-scale attack on Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and architect of the US anti-Covid strategy: Elon Musk fires everything wood and also venture into the political arena. In the United States, it divides, and his positions make many dissatisfied.
Tesla Employees Say Each Of Elon Musk’s Exits Lead To Order Cancellations
According to the testimony of two customers who called Tesla, the personality and statements of Elon Musk are more and more frequently cited reasons for canceling their purchase. These defections benefit Tesla’s competitors and cause the company’s share price to plummet. She should have lost 33% of its value since October 27, 2022date Elon Musk took office as CEO of Twitter.
The Twitter rout is starting to have an impact on Tesla’s bottom line, which investors and other SpaceX and Tesla partners don’t see favorably. In this context, should Elon Musk remain at the head of Twitter? The opinion of the Twittosphere is on no longer clear: 57% of respondents felt that the CEO should leave his post. Will he really?