Does this say something about the type of employees Twitter has hired?
For now, Twitter won’t allow product updates unless they’re business-critical, said the people, who asked not to be identified because the situation is private. The company accepted a $54.20-a-share bid from Musk after a whirlwind courtship that began with the Tesla Inc. magnate disclosing a 9% stake in Twitter earlier this month.
Product changes will require approval from a vice president, the people said. Twitter imposed the temporary ban to keep employees who may be miffed about the deal from “going rogue,” according to one of the people.
It is understood that some Twitter staff are upset about the Musk buy out (he says he won’t permit as much tweet censorship) – and management fears possible sabotage by staff.