A success at Tesla, has Elon Musk truly lost it at Twitter?

Perhaps the tech titan should heed his poll of Twitter users and step down as chief executive.

Mr Elon Musk has caused waves of upheaval at Twitter after becoming the platform’s owner and chief executive, but his devotees are convinced that there is some hidden method to his madness. PHOTO: REUTERS
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I asked an American friend, an investor who owns a thousand shares of Tesla stock, whether he is troubled.

The automaker was among the worst performers of major S&P 500 companies in 2022, the year that its boss, Mr Elon Musk, created tumult at Twitter as he became the platform’s owner and chief executive.

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