Twitter Inc.’s head of French operations, Damien Viel, said he would be leaving the social media platform with a new owner. Elon Musk recently fired top executives and implemented drastic job cuts at the company.
“It’s over,” Viel tweeted on Sunday, thanking his team in France, where he has led for the past seven years.
Viel confirmed to leave Twitter in a private message to Reuters.
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He did not detail the circumstances of his departure and declined to say how many people Twitter recruited in France before or after Musk took over the company last month.
Twitter has had a bumpy ride since Musk, the world’s richest man, came to power.
It has cut its staff in half, while Musk has raised the possibility that the social media platform will go bankrupt.
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He recently told employees to consider whether they want to continue to “work long hours at high intensity” or receive a severance package that includes three months of pay.