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Twitter CEO Parag Agrwal expects Elon Musk deal to close but is now preparing for other scenarios – Business News India

Will the Twitter deal be completed or not. There is suspense on this at the moment. Elon Musk surprised everyone on Friday by saying that the Twitter deal is pending. After that, there are many speculations about closing the deal. However, Musk later said I’m committed to that deal. Now, a tweet by Twitter CEO Parag Aggarwal has once again generated suspense as to whether or not this deal will really be completed?

What did Parag Agarwal say?
In fact, Parag Agarwal posted a tweet on Saturday. In which he wrote that we must be prepared for all situations. The deal with Elon Musk is expected to close. He writes, by the way, that I had a feeling the Twitter deal might be closed. We must be prepared for all situations and will always do what is right for Twitter. I always did what was right for Twitter. I am responsible for leading and operating Twitter. Our job is to make it stronger every day. In another tweet, he said, “We are proud of our work. Nobody works here just for show. He said he would continue to make more changes for the betterment of the company.”

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Elon Musk breaks Twitter deal
On Friday, Elon Musk announced that the microblogging platform’s Twitter deal was suspended for the time being. Elon Musk says that there are actually less than 5% of spam or fake accounts on Twitter, and the details of that account aren’t clear yet. In such a case, this transaction is suspended for the time being. Let us tell you that Musk, the largest shareholder in Twitter, has announced its acquisition for $44 billion. That’s why he also started raising money. Let us tell you that Twitter has about 229 million users. Let us tell you that if the Twitter deal expires, Elon Musk will have to pay out $1 billion.

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