Elon Musk is set to take questions from Twitter employees for first time

By Clare Duffy | CNN Business

Elon Musk is set to field questions directly from Twitter employees later this week for the first time since he agreed to buy the social media company.

Musk will take pre-submitted employee questions at a virtual all-hands meeting on Thursday, a Twitter spokesperson confirmed to CNN Business. News of the meeting was first reported by Insider.

The day after Twitter and Musk announced the acquisition agreement in April, Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal and Board Chair Bret Taylor held an all-hands meeting. They were peppered with questions about everything from what the deal would mean for their compensation to what Musk’s takeover could mean for

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