Elon Musk Offers to Acquire All of Twitter Shares at $54.20, TWTR Goes Up
Elon Musk Offers to Acquire All of Twitter Shares at .20, TWTR Goes Up
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Yuri Molchan

Tesla boss has offered to buy up all shares of Twitter

Tesla chief and the largest single shareholder of Twitter, Elon Musk, has offered to acquire all of shares of the social media giant not owned by other shareholders at $54.20 per share, according to Bloomberg Terminal.

Musk has stated that this is his best and final offer and should his offer become rejected, he will have to reconsider his position as a shareholder in the company.

This news has sent Twitter shares up 13.6 percent premarket. As for Tesla share price, it has dropped 1.4 percent premarket.

Musk believes that Twitter should become a private company in order for the necessary changes to be implemented.

Earlier, Musk astonished the community by announcing that he had purchased over 9 percent of Twitter shares, becoming the biggest single shareholder. He was appointed to join the board but he declined it.

Musk was also sued by other Twitter shareholders for disclosing his ownership of TWRT to late, making them miss out on the recent run-up in the Twitter stock price caused by Musk’s disclosure.

While considering joining the board, Musk suggested introducing the “edit button” and offered to accept DOGE payments for Twitter Blue subscription.

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