Reports revealed that Musk has found a new applicant for the post of CEO of Twitter. However, there are no details about the nomination.
Musk has previously said he plans to get rid of Twitter’s board of directors compensation, which would save about $3 million. In addition, the businessman plans to create additional ways to monetize some messages on Twitter.
On April 25, the entrepreneur bought Twitter for $44 billion. Morgan Stanley bank agreed to provide him with a $12.5 billion margin loan secured by Tesla shares. Musk also planned to pay $21 billion in personal funds. At the same time, the largest private investment groups refused to give money to the billionaire to buy out the social network.