Twitter is in a difficult present and possible future.
To understand what the acquisition might mean for Twitter, we need to look at the company’s SEC filings. On page 12, it lists 12 different risks related to “the Pending Acquisition by Affiliates of Elon Musk,” If brought up to meet all those risks, it could be disastrous.
The risks section is a common topic in documents. The “Risks” address all of the threats that could lead to financial instability.
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One of the risks he referenced was the possibility of Musk attempting to use his dual shareholding for power plays.
If this merger goes through, our value will decrease.
David Drucker, an American columnist and reporter who has written for The Hill and The Washington Examiner, is suggesting that Twitter users should worry about the company’s future primarily because of what it means for investors.
Over the last 18-to-24 months, it has been clear that Twitter had a plan they were executing on at a rapid pace. New features such as editable tweets and subscriptions made it obvious that the twitter I am using today may look different tomorrow.
Plans for Twitter have changed as news broke that Elon Musk is interested in purchasing it. He is unpredictable and will make changes to them, whatever they are. His ideas will affect anyone who is currently working with or invested in the company.