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: Elon Musk has reportedly stopped paying rent on Twitter offices and told staff not to pay vendors


Elon Musk seems to be squaring up for some legal battles at Twitter, which he bought in October for $44 billion, as the Tesla chief executive has stopped paying rent on its offices and has told employees not to pay vendors, the New York Times reported Wednesday.

Citing people familiar with internal conversations, Musk has also revamped Twitter’s legal department, has refused to pay a $197,725 bill for private charter flights made the week of his takeover — and is considering denying severance payments to thousands of people…

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