Bill Gates doubts Tesla CEO Elon Musk’s $ 44 billion Twitter takeover deal: Report

San Francisco, May 6: Despite a steady track record in his other business ventures, technologist Bill Gates said Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk could potentially make the Twitter microblogging site the “worst” platform. According to CNN, Gates expressed concern about Musk’s deal to take over Twitter for $ 44 billion, saying Musk “could actually make matters worse.”

Although Gates did not pinpoint exactly what he meant by “worst” in remarks at the Wall Street Journal CEO’s summit, he questioned whether Musk was seeking to prevent the rapid spread of public health misinformation and skepticism. to the vaccine on social media. Elon Musk bought funny memes on Twitter! Check out how crazy network users are, share funny jokes and puns that will break you.

“How does he feel about saying that vaccines are killing people, or do you know that Bill Gates is tracking people – that’s one of the things he thinks should be spread?” Gates is quoted.

“If all you need is money and hiring great engineers, he’s probably as good a man as anyone else,” to lead Twitter through the next chapter, Gates added, but said he doesn’t expect Musk to repeat “Stunning” Tesla and SpaceX. performance.

In recent weeks, public attention has been drawn to Gates’ relationship with Musk after Musk tweeted an unpleasant photo of Gates and accused him of wearing Tesla stock shorts, the report said.

On Wednesday, Gates said Mask’s tweet “didn’t bother me” and declined to say whether he had bet against Tesla. “It’s possible that stocks have fallen and whoever made shorts on stocks made money, I don’t know,” Gates said.

“Has it declined over the last month? I don’t know. I don’t think Tesla’s short or long is a statement of your seriousness about climate change. I’m investing billions of dollars in innovation in climate change; I welcome Tesla’s role in helping climate change, ”he added.

(The above story first appeared on LatestLY on May 6, 2022 at 5:04 p.m. IST. For more news and updates on politics, the world, sports, entertainment, and lifestyle, visit our website

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