Disputes over compensation and firings, and potentially over layoffs, could push both sides into fresh legal battles.
Musk will take questions from employees as his $44 billion acquisition of the company moves ahead, despite his hand-wringing about bots.
The world of deal making has always been rough and tumble. But Mr. Musk blows any predecessors away.
Financially speaking, the billionaire’s buyout of the social media network breaks all the usual rules.
The world’s richest man is trying to shore up debt financing, including potentially taking out a loan against his shares of Tesla, so he can buy Twitter for $43 billion.
Investors have been skeptical that Elon Musk would be able to cobble together the funds needed to buy Twitter.
Elon Musk could pledge his Tesla shares, borrow from banks or team up with private equity to raise the funds. Each option comes with caveats.
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