In 10 days, Tesla CEO Elon Musk went from being a popular Twitter contributor and critic to the company’s largest individual shareholder to potential owner of the social platform — a whirlwind of activity that could dramatically change the service given self-identification as a free speech absolutist.
Twitter revealed in a securities filing on Thursday that Musk had offered to buy the company for more than $43 billion, saying the social media platform “needs to be made private” to build trust with its users.
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