General Mills stops Twitter ads after Musk takeover.
- General Mills is the latest company to stop advertising on Twitter after Elon Musk bought it for $44bn.
- On Thursday, the Cheerios and Lucky Charms maker announced it would stop advertising on the site. “We will watch this new orientation and evaluate our marketing spend,” said spokesperson Kelsey Roemhildt.
- General Motors Co. halted Twitter advertising last week amid company turmoil. Audi spokesperson Whaewon Choi-Wiles said Audi would suspend commercials and “continue to examine the issue” Thursday.
- Pfizer discontinued Twitter advertising on Thursday, according to the Wall Street Journal. The pharmaceutical business did not immediately comment.