Elon Musk fired Parag Agrawal, Ned Segal, and other top Twitter officials as one of his first actions after taking over the company. The dismissal was done with obvious spite. Musk specifically targeted Parag Agrawal for pressuring him to actually complete the acquisition of Twitter. Parag Agrawal and Ned Segal were reportedly approached by Twitter management about returning to the organization to oversee operations. They had just six minutes to make a choice.
There are rumors that Twitter has asked Parag Agrawal and Ned Segal to take over the company’s operations once again. However, they only had six minutes to make up their minds about returning.
Eric Fraunhofer, the engineer who criticized Elon Musk on Twitter for tweeting about how Twitter is slow in other countries, broke the news first. Later, Fraunhofer lost his job for criticizing Musk in a public setting. It is best to take this with a grain of salt because there are still a lot of aspects regarding the scenario that are unclear.
If this is accurate, it won’t be the first time Twitter has had to terminate employees and then call them back. Several dozens of engineers were offered their jobs back shortly after Twitter cut nearly half of its global workforce, realizing that some of the personnel they had let go were crucial to implementing Musk’s plans for Twitter while others had been let go in error. We still don’t know whether Musk decided to recall Parag and Ned or if that choice was taken by the departing Twitter administrators.
Another item that is unclear is how, presuming this offer was real, Parag and Ned reacted to it. When Parag Agrawal was sacked, he was entitled to a sizable severance package, which Musk attempted to thwart. In any case, considering the changes Twitter is going through, it is quite improbable that Agrawal and Segal will return. It is also quite doubtful that Musk would actually approach either of them with a meaningful offer.
If this is accurate, it won’t be the first time Twitter has had to terminate employees and then call them back. Several dozens of engineers were offered their jobs back shortly after Twitter cut nearly half of its global workforce, realizing that some of the personnel they had let go were crucial to implementing Musk’s plans for Twitter while others had been let go in error.

We still don’t know whether Musk decided to recall Parag and Ned or if that choice was taken by the departing Twitter administrators. Another item that is unclear is how, presuming this offer was real, Parag and Ned reacted to it. Parag Agrawal was due a sizable severance package.

Evidently, Twitter requested that PARAG AGRAWAL and NED SEGAL return to oversee operations.

Elon Musk fired Parag Agrawal, Ned Segal, and other top Twitter officials as one of his first actions after taking over the company. The dismissal was done with obvious spite. Musk specifically targeted Parag Agrawal for pressuring him to actually complete the acquisition of Twitter. Parag Agrawal and Ned Segal were reportedly approached by Twitter management about returning to the organization to oversee operations. They had just six minutes to make a choice.
There are rumors that Twitter has asked Parag Agrawal and Ned Segal to take over the company’s operations once again. However, they only had six minutes to make up their minds about returning.
Eric Fraunhofer, the engineer who criticized Elon Musk on Twitter for tweeting about how Twitter is slow in other countries, broke the news first. Later, Fraunhofer lost his job for criticizing Musk in a public setting. It is best to take this with a grain of salt because there are still a lot of aspects regarding the scenario that are unclear.
If this is accurate, it won’t be the first time Twitter has had to terminate employees and then call them back. Several dozens of engineers were offered their jobs back shortly after Twitter cut nearly half of its global workforce, realizing that some of the personnel they had let go were crucial to implementing Musk’s plans for Twitter while others had been let go in error. We still don’t know whether Musk decided to recall Parag and Ned or if that choice was taken by the departing Twitter administrators.
Another item that is unclear is how, presuming this offer was real, Parag and Ned reacted to it. When Parag Agrawal was sacked, he was entitled to a sizable severance package, which Musk attempted to thwart. In any case, considering the changes Twitter is going through, it is quite improbable that Agrawal and Segal will return. It is also quite doubtful that Musk would actually approach either of them with a meaningful offer.
If this is accurate, it won’t be the first time Twitter has had to terminate employees and then call them back. Several dozens of engineers were offered their jobs back shortly after Twitter cut nearly half of its global workforce, realizing that some of the personnel they had let go were crucial to implementing Musk’s plans for Twitter while others had been let go in error.

We still don’t know whether Musk decided to recall Parag and Ned or if that choice was taken by the departing Twitter administrators. Another item that is unclear is how, presuming this offer was real, Parag and Ned reacted to it. Parag Agrawal was due a sizable severance package.

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