Twitter’s senior executive resigned the day after saying that she had a “wonderful talk” with Elon Musk about the company’s future.
- A Twitter official said she resigned hours after Elon Musk closed his $44 billion buyout and ousted at least four other executives.
- On Friday, the company’s chief customer officer, Sarah Personette, resigned after four years. She stated corporate accounts were disabled 72 hours later.
- “Hi folks, I wanted to share that I resigned on Friday from Twitter and my work access was officially cut off last night,” she tweeted on Tuesday morning.
- Personette didn’t explain her Twitter resignation. Since Thursday night, business employees have been confused about layoffs and pressure from Musk’s team to produce new features quickly.