Business mogul and Twitter CEO Elon Musk said that he plans to look for his replacement by the end of 2023. This comes after a Twitter poll showed that a majority of users wanted him to step down.
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Business mogul Elon Musk has finally acknowledged the results of his poll on Sunday night, where he asked the Twitter public if he should step down as head of the popular microblogging platform.
After Twitter CEO Elon Musk ran a poll to ask the public whether he should step down as the social media company's CEO, over 57% of 17 million accounts said that they want Musk out.
After unsuspending the Twitter accounts of certain journalists, Twitter CEO Elon Musk is now asking the public whether he should step down as head of the popular social media platform.
Legendary game developer John Carmack (Doom, Wolfenstein 3D, Quake) has resigned from his role of "Consulting CTO" at Meta. The former executive was leading the Oculus VR team at the company.
According to a new report, Elon Musk has said that he hasn't planned any more layoffs and that he will start actively recruiting for roles in engineering and sales. He has also asked for referrals.
Hundreds of Twitter employees have reportedly said no to being part of Elon Musk's "extremely hardcore Twitter." Many of them sent farewell messages and salutes as soon as their deadline lapsed.
Senior Microsoft executive Alex Kipman has exited the company following allegations of misconduct. Kipman led numerous projects at Microsoft including Kinect and, most recently, HoloLens and Mesh.
Jeff Bezos officially steps down on Monday as Amazon CEO after 27 years of rein. He is succeeded by Andy Jassy, the CEO of Amazon Web Services, and will transition to a new role as executive chairman.
In an effort to make a significant contribution to the Black Lives Matter protests taking place in the U.S. right now, the co-founder and executive chairperson of Reddit, Alexis Ohanian, has resigned.
Oculus co-founder Jordan Iribe is leaving Facebook, making him the latest founder of a company acquired by the social networking giant to depart the company. The reason remains unclear, though.
Multiple major public funds with large stakes in Facebook came together on Wednesday to call for Mark Zuckerberg's removal as Chairman, for his numerous company mishandlings over the past few years.
Kevin Systrom and Mike Krieger are said to be leaving Instagram in the coming weeks several years after founding what could arguably be Facebook's most successful acquisition today.
Uber's Chief People Officer has resigned from her post without mentioning any apparent reason. This resignation comes shortly after a probe into racial discrimination charges against her.
Brian Krzanich has resigned from the positions of Intel's CEO and its board of directors, the company announced today. Intel CFO Robert Swan will be taking over as the interim CEO for the time being.
Chialin Chang, president of smartphone and connected devices at HTC, has resigned from his post to start up his own business in artificial intelligence, which he says he is optimistic about.
Samsung CEO, Kwon Oh-hyun has unexpectedly announced that he plans to step down from the company's management. Apparently, an 'unprecedented crisis' has been a deciding factor in this decision.
After announcing that he'd be taking an indefinite leave of absence to mourn his mother's death, Travis Kalanick has now resigned from his position as the Chief Executive Officer of Uber.
Uber president Jeff Jones has announced his resignation from the company, leaving after less than six months. The news follows a series of controversies endured by the company in the past weeks.
After eight years at the helm as Head of Xbox Japan, Takashi Sensui is resigning from his post which according to most analysts is due to Xbox's poor performance in Japan.
The CEO of a half-billion dollar site resigned over an apparently strange and weird matter which could otherwise be solved by mutual discussion, but were there any other deeper reasons besides it?
The current Sony Chairman is set to retire this June at the annual shareholder's meeting after working at Sony for over 16 years. Stringer will use the transition to "pursue new opportunities".
Stephen Toulouse, one of Microsoft's Xbox LIVE-based employees, has announced his intentions to leave the company in the near future, leaving a farewell for the company in doing so.
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