One person familiar with the matter confirmed the board meeting on Sunday and said discussions on Muskin’s auction had intensified.
“Twitter reevaluates Musk auction, may still be open to deal” was the magazine’s leading headline on Sunday afternoon and evening, sparking new speculation about Twitter’s future.
No one involved commented on the meetings. But Musk filed with the SEC last Thursday, claiming that he had financed the deal with $ 46.5 billion, which seems to be the driving force.
Wall Street Journal correspondent Cara Lombardo wrote, “Twitter is looking at the offer anew, and there is more to negotiate than ever before, and” the situation is moving faster. “
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Twitter – currently trading at $ 49 a share, which is less than Musk’s $ 54.20 a share offer – is due to announce first quarter earnings on Thursday afternoon. If not before then the company should have addressed Musk’s offer by then.
The company’s only statement on Sunday night reads: “As previously announced, the Board continues to review carefully, extensively and deliberately to determine the course of action for the benefit of the Company and all Twitter shareholders.”