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Twitter, Musk battle escalates: Poison pill, Musk’s ‘plan B’ and a divided Wall Street

Tesla CEO Elon Musk’s surprise $43 billion, unsolicited offer for Twitter kicked off a tumultuous week for the social media giant and its investors, which capped with Friday’s ‘poison pill’ via Twitter’s board to stop Musk in his tracks.

Now it’s anyone’s guess as to what happens next. FOX Business takes a deep dive into the latest developments and what investors and analysts are forecasting.

Poison pill backfire?: Wedbush’s Ives

Wedbush securities analyst Dan Ives told FOX Business on Friday that Twitter’s move to prevent a takeover from Musk is a “predictable defensive measure” that will “not be viewed positively by shareholders given the potential dilution and acquisition unfriendly move.”

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  2. I did some math on the ED Loans you may find interesting. The $1,600,000,000,000.00 tab would shake out to burden every 16-million workers currently working in the USA a whopping $100,000.00 in additional debt. Too much money per taxpayer to pile onto Uucle Joe’s Executive Order. Watch out for this. Oh by the way SEN.MARK’S Vote for the $6,000,000,000,000.00 dollar BBB bill costing each taxpayer $400,000.00. Fair? NOPE!

  3. FREEDOM OF SPEECH is vulnerable 1st Amendment! That is why he is doing this. VOTE OUT the people who are opposed to Mr. Musk’s efforts. That $4,300,000,000.00 dollar dog and pony show would by itself turn the USA into chaos. Remember when $1,000,000.00 was enough to live forever with no concern financially for the rest of your life? Think about this, 43,000 people could retire on what Mr. Musk is ponyin’ up. MATTER? Hell ya.

  4. Everyone needs to drop using these supposed social services. America did great without them for years and could possibly do so again. The brain dead follow these supposed in the know outfits and then cant understand why things are so screwed up. You want them to change, well losing $$ is the best way to get it done.

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