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‘Treat me like an engineer’: Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal responds to Elon Musk’s

According to a text exchange between the two tech executives, Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal and Tesla CEO Parag Agrawal bonded through over-engineering and tackling technical design difficulties. During their talk, Musk stated that he did not want to be the boss of anyone, to which Agrawal responded that the Tesla CEO should treat him as an engineer, rather than the CEO of Twitter.

According to a TechCrunch report, the conservation began in April of this year.

Elon Musk told Parag Agrawal:

“Frankly, I hate doing mgmt stuff. I kinda don’t think I should be the boss of anyone. But I love helping solve technical/product design problems.” To this, Agrawal replied, “Treat me like an engineer instead of a CEO.”


This chat between Musk and Agrawal appears to have strained their relationship. As Agrawal questioned Musk on his public criticism of Twitter, describing his comments as disruptive and destructive to the company. Musk retorted angrily that joining the board would be a “waste of time.” He promised to “make an offer to take Twitter private.” 

On April 26, Dorsey, Musk, and Agrawal had a Google Hangout to discuss the acquisition, and their disputes were evident.

“At the very least, it became evident that you cannot collaborate. That was helpful, “Dorsey allegedly stated.

The communications made public in court documents filed in Delaware before a crucial trial provide a glimpse into Twitter’s complex discussions with Musk. The billionaire was openly suggesting ways to improve Twitter or launch a rival at the time, in addition to making significant investments in its stock.

The world’s richest man, Elon Musk, and Twitter are scheduled to appear in court on October 17 for a trial that will determine whether Musk must finish the $44 billion acquisition of Twitter as agreed. The five-day trial will take place at the Delaware Chancery Court, and the records were initially made public on â*chancery-daily, a Twitter account that regularly monitors that court.

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