Twitter France boss quits company amid Elon Musk layoffs: ‘It’s over’ – National

Twitter Inc.’s head of French operations, Damien Viel, has said he is leaving the social media platform, whose new owner, Elon Musk, recently sacked senior executives and imposed deep job cuts across the board. the company.

« It’s over, » Viel tweeted on Sunday, thanking his France team, which he has led for the past seven years.

Viel confirmed he was leaving Twitter in a separate message to Reuters.

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He did not specify the circumstances of his departure and declined to say how many people Twitter employed in France before or after Musk bought the company last month.

Twitter has had a bumpy ride since Musk, the world’s richest person, took over.

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It cut its workforce in half, while Musk raised the possibility that the social media platform could go bankrupt.

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He recently told employees to consider whether they wanted to continue « working long, high-intensity hours » or take a severance package of three months’ pay.


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