Even though the platform’s employees, particularly those who were recently fired by new owner Elon Musk, are no longer particularly fond of him, Jack Dorsey still enjoys Twitter.
Dorsey tweeted Saturday morning, a few hours after The New York Post published a story about how Twitter staffers, many of whom were fired by Musk on Friday, “hate” him. “Folks at Twitter past and present are strong and resilient,” Dorsey wrote.
No matter how difficult the situation is, they will always find a way.I realize that many people are mad at me.I take full ownership of the reasons why everyone is in this predicament:I overestimated the size of the business.I’m sorry about that.
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Dorsey continued, “I am grateful for, and love, everyone who has ever worked on Twitter.”That won’t be the case right now, or ever, and I understand.
One of Twitter‘s four co-founders, Dorsey, 46, quit as CEO this month, one year ago.
Dorsey started a social media company called Bluesky just over a week after his fellow billionaire Elon Musk bought Twitter for an estimated $44 billion and began firing half of the employees.a brand-new kind of decentralized platform that says it will give developers and users more freedom.