Elon Musk could be the owner of Twitter today if they accept his offer

Earlier this April, Elon Musk, the modern Tony Stark –in fact it came out in Iron Man 2-, became a trending topic having acquired almost 10% of Twitter shares, which gave it some weight in the future decisions that would be carried out in the future of a social network that Musk himself often uses – and it has cost him some trouble than another. But the billionaire, TT also these days for his participation in the media trial of Amber Heard and Johnny Deppdid not have enough with that 10%.

“I want it ALL”

In mid-April, Musk unveiled his letters with his “best and last” offer to take control of the social media service, launching a hostile takeover bid in which it offers 54.20 dollars per share, 54% more than its closing price on January 28in a transaction valued at 43 billion dollars. The company’s prices soared 18% in pre-market hours, a few hours before the New York Stock Exchange opens. Musk declared his intention to buy the company and take it private. But his proposal was quickly dismissed by Wall Street because it was not clear that he could raise the money to carry out the operation.

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But Musk, the founder of Tesla self-driving cars, Space X which currently makes the rockets NASA uses and will use on future missions, and The Boring Company (and its curious affordable flamethrower), wants Twitter. And the bomb has just jumped this morning in the American press with articles pointing out that the purchase is almost immediate, and that it may be announced today, Monday, April 25, that Twitter belongs to Elon Musk.

According to the New York TimesTwitter’s 11-member board of directors, is meeting with Musk to discuss his offer to buy the social network and take it private. An offer of, attention, 46,500 million dollars in funding according to sources on condition of anonymity not authorized to discuss confidential information. The two sides were discussing details, including a timeline for closing any potential deal and the fees that would be paid if a deal was signed and then fell apart, they said.

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Elon Musk’s Twitter

The discussions followed a Twitter board meeting on Sunday morning to discuss Elon Musk’s offer, the people said. Obtaining commitments for the financing was a turning point for how the board viewed Musk’s offer of $54.20 per share, prompting the company’s 11 board members to seriously consider his offer, according to sources. A sale that would make them instant billionaires – or more so.

The deal is not yet final and may still be undone, but what initially seemed like a highly unlikely deal seemed to be nearing an end. Launched 16 years ago, it’s hard to believe that Twitter has been active since July 2006, making it, along with Facebook, the most active veteran social network currently leading the market. A network that does not look like any other and that in its particularity lies its unique character, such as its operation based on short messages