Will tracking Twitter help trustees run their schemes?

Dickon Best considers ‘the Musk effect’ for sponsors and schemes

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Dickon Best

Dickon Best

Few people can have missed the news that the world’s richest man, Elon Musk, has gone shopping and bought himself Twitter, home to 229 million users worldwide. His offer values the business at $44bn – a healthy 17% premium on the pre-announcement share price.

Speculation is rife about how Musk might radically change Twitter's business, from charging users to use the platform to reinstating banned accounts. Whatever he chooses to do, he has openly pledged to...

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