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Elon Musk wants 1 billion Twitter users, aims to replicate China's 'WeChat' model
Musk expected to address Twitter deal, remote work in staff town hall
FOX Business’ Kelly O’Grady reports on the potential ‘fractious’ Twitter town hall hosted by Elon Musk on Thursday.
Elon Musk spoke at an all-hands employee meeting and reiterated his plans for Twitter should he complete his purchase of the company, including an ambitious expansion of the user base and belt-tightening on corporate culture.
"Some people use their hair to express themselves," Musk told the rough 7,500 employees. "I use Twitter."
The richest man in the world planned to buy Twitter for $44 billion in a deal that would close this year but stalled out after he requested data on Twitter’s bot user data. He still wanted to press ahead with making known the kind of plans he had for the company, including the corporate culture and what he considers benchmarks for success as a platform.