John Legere, former CEO of T-Mobile, offered to work with Twitter . Mr Musk refused to take the job .
Elon Musk, the new owner of Twitter, received an enthusiastic job offer from an American businessman, who said he should let him handle Twitter.Mr Musk should promote product and technology, according to John Legere, former CEO of T-Mobile in the United States.But the new Twitter owner refused to take him.Mr Legere said in his work pitch on Twitter that he was working at the absolute maximum... from morning to night, seven days a week after acquiring the social media platform.I'm expensive, but you pay for twitter (p.s.: Be a leader in the comments section).His message included a warning about Twitter's $44 billion purchaseout.Mr Musk, on his one-word response, said No.That was a short interview, okay?Cant say I didnt try, Mr Legere said in his response to Mr Musk, but please consider the free advice contained in my proposal. In a subsequent tweet, Mr Legere said that vision, as well as leadership and management would be required.He previously worked at AT&T, Dell, and Global Crossing.Mr Musk has introduced-and eliminated-a variety of improvements to T-Mobile since taking over as CEO, resulting in confusion in the social media firm's operations.He also fired the top brass, including Indian-origin CEO Parag Agrawal.Mr Musk also fired a significant number of employees this month before contacting them to join the company again.
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