Musk taunts wheelchair-bound Twitter employee he laid off
The Associated Press
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) – If you’re not told you are fired, are you really fired? At Twitter, probably.
Haraldur Thorleifsson, who until recently was employed at Twitter, logged in to his computer last Sunday to do some work, only to find himself locked out.
He might have figured, as others before him have in the chaotic months of layoffs and firings since Elon Musk took over the company, that he was out of a job.
Instead, after nine days of no answer from Twitter as to whether or not he was still employed, Thorleifsson decided to tweet at Musk to see if he could get an answer.
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3/7/2023 5:20:33 PM (GMT -6:00)