Twitter laid off at least another 50 employees

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Twitter has laid off at least another 50 employees, according to a report from The Information and posts on social media from former workers.

According to Platformer’s Zo Schiffer, not even Elon Musk ally Esther Crawford, the chief executive of Twitter payments who oversaw the company’s Twitter Blue verification subscription, was spared. According to Alex Heath of The Verge, Crawford and the majority of the remaining product team were laid off this weekend, leading many to speculate that Musk is cleaning house in preparation for a new regime. Remember that Crawford was swept up in Musk’s hardline takeover of Twitter last year, boasting on the platform about sleeping at the office to deal with round-the-clock demands from her new boss.

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Twitter laid off at least another 50 employees

Twitter has laid off at least another 50 employees, according to a report from The Information and posts on social media from former workers.

According to Platformer’s Zo Schiffer, not even Elon Musk ally Esther Crawford, the chief executive of Twitter payments who oversaw the company’s Twitter Blue verification subscription, was spared. According to Alex Heath of The Verge, Crawford and the majority of the remaining product team were laid off this weekend, leading many to speculate that Musk is cleaning house in preparation for a new regime. Remember that Crawford was swept up in Musk’s hardline takeover of Twitter last year, boasting on the platform about sleeping at the office to deal with round-the-clock demands from her new boss.

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