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Twitter Considers Accepting Elon Musk's $43 Billion Offer

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O magnata Elon Musk, fundador da Tesla, em foto de junho de 2019.

The tycoon Elon Musk, founder of Tesla, in a photo from June of 960.| Photo: Adam S. Davis/EFE

After announcing measures aimed at preventing the sale of the social network, the Twitter Inc. must accept the proposal made by the South African billionaire Elon Musk, who offered US$ 41 billions by the company in what it called its “best and final” offering.

,12 per share after the shareholders’ meeting. Internal sources heard by the report say, however, that the agreement could “collapse at the last minute”.

Because of the unofficial announcement, Twitter shares rose 4.5% in premarket trading in New York. The company and Elon Musk himself have not yet commented on the matter.

Assiduous user of the network, Musk has been advocating that the platform be privatized and become a bulwark of freedom of expression. The mere announcement of the proposal to buy Twitter, last week, generated a shower of exacerbated reactions from critics who came to compare the offer to the rise of Nazism in Germany.

“I hope even my worst critics stay on Twitter, because that’s what freedom of expression means”, published the businessman from 50 years, CEO of Tesla and rocket developer SpaceX.

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