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Twitter Shares Slide After Saudi Investor Rejects Musk’s Bid


Elon Musk’s ambitious bid to take Twitter private under his ownership has hit a roadblock as Saudi investors are rejecting the Tesla CEO’s offer,

causing Twitter shares to drop and setting the stage for a bitter struggle for control of the social media giant. On Thursday, several hours after Musk announced his “final offer” to buy Twitter outright, the Saudi Arabian Prince Al Waleed bin Talal Al Saud responded that the offer was not acceptable to him.

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