It seems the all-hands meeting Elon Musk held for Twitter employees in light of his acquisition of the platform could have gone better, according to the lion's share of the workers who were there.
For months, Musk has kept the tech world abuzz after suddenly announcing he would buy Twitter. But while he's shown hesitation in going through with the $44 billion purchase out of apparent concern for the prevalence of fake accounts on the platform, the decision has sparked anxieties among Twitter employees. They're wondering what changes he's going to make both to Twitter itself and to its corporate culture.
Although this all-hands meeting was supposed to address those concerns, the fact that morale during the proceedings could be described as mixed at best casts doubt on how effectively he was able to do that.