No One Could Kill Twitter, Not Even Its Founders

 

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A few hours after Jack Dorsey learned he had been fired from his position as Twitter CEO, he reluctantly took a seat in the company's conference room and waited for an explanation from his cofounder and frenemy Evan Williams. Williams had clashed repeatedly with Dorsey over how to run the company and eventually worked with two of Twitter's top investors to effectively switch their roles, making Williams CEO and forcing Dorsey to become the chairman, with no real power

"What the f*ck!" Dorsey said when Williams finally entered the conference room. Williams, reading from a script in his head, simply responded by saying, "I'm sorry. These things aren't always easy." Dorsey continued to protest that Williams was taking his company away, prompting another scripted response from Williams: "This isn't your company. It's done." Read more...

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