(NewsReady.com) – Twitter struck the wrong chord for some people when it announced that it would ban all political advertising from its site. President Donald Trump has also accused the social media giant of attempting to rig elections via having a liberal bias.
Social media sites have come under attack for apparent violations of free speech, and Twitter is no exception. That might change if Jack Dorsey, the current CEO, is removed from his position:
Elliott Management's Paul Singer seeks to replace Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, source says. https://t.co/cAebPoNz0y
— CNBC (@CNBC) February 29, 2020
Paul Singer just purchased a large chunk of the site and is open about his desire for change in upper management starting with Dorsey. Singer isn’t the only one who wants to see changes at Twitter, either. Scott Galloway, another investor in the social media site, has also been vocal about removing him as CEO.
Jack Dorsey returned as CEO in mid-2015 and since then, Twitter stocks have fallen 6.2%.
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