A Year Later, Musk’s X is Tilting Right and Sinking
The billionaire bought it to revive its business and make it less 'woke'
One year after billionaire Elon Musk and his investors bought Twitter for $44 billion, aiming to rid it of a "woke mind virus" that he believed was suppressing free speech, the site’s business outlook appears dire.
The number of people actively tweeting has dropped by more than 30 percent, according to previously unreported data obtained by The Washington Post, and the company — which the entrepreneur behind Tesla and SpaceX has renamed X — is hemorrhaging advertisers and revenue, interviews show.
But in at least one respect, Musk has delivered on his original promise: Twitter has become far less "woke."
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