The disclosure was penned in a book, written by Bloomberg’s Kurt Wagner, titled ‘Battle for the Bird’ News 

Book reveals that Elon Musk’s acquisition of X was driven by Parag Agrawal’s refusal to close a Twitter account.

In a major revelation about Tesla CEO Elon Musk’s much-talked-about acquisition of Twitter (Now X), it has been revealed that Musk began trying to acquire the microblogging platform after former CEO Parag Agrawal denied his request to shut down the handle that tracked the location of the billionaire’s private jet @ElonJet. The revelation was written in a book written by Bloomberg’s Kurt Wagner titled “Battle of the Bird.” Interestingly, the information was released after Wagner’s employer released the first excerpt from the book. The book is scheduled to be published…

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Former Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal’s new AI startup has raised 30 million in funding. (REUTERS) AI 

Parag Agrawal, former Twitter CEO, returns with AI startup and secures $30 million in funding from Khosla Ventures.

Twitter, now known as X, has undergone significant changes in recent years. In 2021, CEO Jack Dorsey stepped down and was succeeded by CTO Parag Agrawal. However, Agrawal’s time at the helm was short-lived, as Elon Musk, the billionaire, took control of the microblogging platform just a year later. This resulted in a mass departure of employees from the company. Since then, X has introduced new features and undergone a complete rebranding. Meanwhile, there was little information available about the future of ousted CEO Parag Agrawal. However, that has changed…

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Until recently, the core reason for Elon Musk's firing of former X CEO Parag Agrawal remained unclear. However, Musk's biography by Walter Isaacson now reveals that he sought a 'fire-breathing dragon,' and Agrawal didn't fit the role. News 

Parag Agrawal Dismissed Following Elon Musk’s Biography Unveiling Details of $44B Acquisition

When Elon Musk took control of X (formerly Twitter) in a $44 billion deal last year, one of his initial decisions was to fire X’s top management, including then-CEO Parag Agrawal and others like Vijaya Gadde. Until recently, the reasons behind Elon Musk’s decision to part with Agrawal were unclear. However, thanks to Walter Isaacson’s biography of Musk, it has been revealed that Musk was looking for a “fire-breathing dragon” to be Twitter’s CEO, and according to Musk, Parag Agrawal was not the right fit for the role. Musk’s upcoming…

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In October last year, Musk informed Agrawal, Gadde and Segal that their employment with the company was terminated as he took control of the micro-blogging platform. News 

Former Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal is suing Elon Musk’s company for over $1 million in unpaid legal fees

Twitter’s former India CEO Parag Agrawal, ex-lawyer Vijaya Gadde and former CFO Ned Segal have sued Elon Musk-led Twitter for over a million dollars in unpaid legal bills. In October of last year, Musk informed Agrawal, Gadde and Segal that their employment with the company was terminated when he took control of the microblogging platform. According to the latest lawsuit filed in Delaware Chancery Court in the US, the trio claimed Twitter must pay them more than $1 million in legal fees they incurred while at the company to respond…

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