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Elon Musk shuts Twitter India office, asks staff to work from home .

Twitter Inc. has underscored Elon Musk mission to reduce expenses and turn the struggling social media service into a profit by closing two of its three India offices and ordering its staff to work from home.

According to people with knowledge of the situation, Twitter closed its offices in the financial hub of Mumbai and the political capital of New Delhi after terminating more than 90% of its 200+ employees in India.

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The company still maintains a location in Bengaluru, a southern tech hub, where it primarily employs engineers, according to the people who have requested to remain anonymous due to the confidential nature of the information.

In an effort to stabilise Twitter’s finances by late 2023, billionaire Chief Executive Officer Elon Musk has fired employees and closed offices across the globe. ¬†According to Musk’s most recent actions, the market is less important to him right now.

In recent years, Twitter has developed into one of India’s most significant public forums, hosting acrimonious political debates and the 86.5 million followers of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. However, Musk’s company doesn’t make much money there, and it also has to deal with stringent content laws and a cutthroat local competition.

Since Musk’s acquisition

there has been a mass exodus of employees, many of whom were fired, raising questions about Twitter’s ability to continue operating and control content. This week, Musk stated that it might take him until the end of the year to stabilise the business and ensure its financial soundness.

Numerous contractors have sued Twitter for unpaid services since the $44 billion acquisition, Twitter has not paid millions of dollars in rent for its San Francisco headquarters and London offices, and Twitter has auctioned off everything from bird statues to espresso makers to raise money.

Musk has also publicly discussed going bankrupt, citing a “massive drop” in revenue as a result of advertisers leaving because of uncertainty about Twitter’s capacity to weed out objectionable content. Significant bugs and outrages have also occurred on the platform, most recently just this month.


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