Musk's growing to-do list now includes building an 'everything' app | CNN Business

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Elon Musk has now found himself potentially saddled with paying $44 billion for a company he said in recent months that he no longer wanted to buy.

Following news of his renewed willingness to purchase Twitter, Musk took, fittingly, to Twitter to claim that the acquisition would be merely one step toward creating an “everything app” he called “X.”

While Musk did not elaborate on

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