• SpaceX fires workers who criticized Elon Musk in open letter

    7 days ago - By Washington Post

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  • SpaceX Reportedly Fires Employees Over Open Letter Denouncing Elon Musk

    7 days ago - By Forbes

    Responding to the letter, SpaceX president Gwynne Shotwell reportedly said the company has “too much critical work to accomplish and no need for this kind of overreaching activism.”
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  • Elon Musk's comments in an internal Twitter meeting were 'confusing' and 'hilarious', some staff say

    7 days ago - By Business Insider

    Elon Musk. AP
    Elon Musk attended an all-hands meeting at Twitter on Thursday.
    Musk launched a bid to acquire the company.
    Reports show that although employee responses were mixed, some found the meeting confusing.
    Elon Musk joined an all-hands Twitter meeting on Thursday to answer employee questions about his proposed $44 billion takeover of the company. Twitter employees had mixed reactions to Musk's comments in the internal meeting according to reports from Insider, tech journalist Casey Newton, Vox, and Reuters. Two Twitter employees who attended the meeting told Insider's Kali Hays and...
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  • SpaceX said to have fired employees behind company-wide letter criticizing Elon Musk

    7 days ago - By Tech Crunch

    SpaceX moved quickly to terminate at least some of the employees involved in the open letter circulated through the company's internal communications system this past Wednesday the New York Times reports. SpaceX President Gwynne Shotwell also circulated an email to the company outlining the logic behind the terminations and generally denouncing the letter, which had taken issue with Elon Musk's Twitter use and its reflection on the company, among other things.
    Shotwell's response called the letter, which was authored by ““mployees across the spectra of gender, ethnicity, seniority, and...
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  • SpaceX has reportedly fired the employees behind the letter denouncing Elon Musk's ‘embarrassing' behavior

    7 days ago - By Fortune

    Staff linked to a controversial demand to denounce the CEO for his behavior on Twitter have been sacked for bullying and intimidating others into supporting their campaign, according to management.
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