He additionally says that “in the end nobody” ought to be the CEO of Twitter.
Jack Dorsey is making an attempt to quash rumours that he will likely be reinstated as Twitter CEO as soon as Elon Musk takes over. On Wednesday, he tweeted “nah, I will by no means be CEO once more” in response to somebody who predicted he would return to guide the corporate he co-founded, earlier than saying he would not need the job.
In one other response, Dorsey says that “in the end nobody” ought to be Twitter’s CEO, maybe referring to Bluesky, a challenge geared toward turning Twitter right into a decentralized protocol, reasonably than a standard social community.
Dorsey has a historical past with the management position on Twitter. The corporate’s board fired him from his CEO position in 2008, simply two years after he helped begin the corporate (though he remained on the board). He returned to the CEO job in 2015 after Twitter cycled by means of two different CEOs, however in 2020, a bunch of buyers on Twitter’s board started making an attempt to interchange him. They cited his divided consideration and lack of innovation, however Dorsey managed to maintain his work. In November 2021, he resigned for causes that aren’t very clear.
He made sense that folks would suppose that Jack could be Elon’s alternative. Dorsey has not too long ago been talking on Twitter about Twitter, which makes it sound like he isn’t very proud of the course the corporate is taking (though he is peppered with sufficient optimistic tweets to maintain us guessing). He appears to agree with Musk on at the very least some factors about the way forward for Twitter.
Sadly, it seems that Jack is now not the CEO and says “it is time to roll the cube once more”.
@jack would you prefer to although???
— Peter Pischke-Pleasant Neighborhood Journo (@HappyWarriorP) Might 11, 2022