On Friday morning, Elon Musk penned a series of letters to Twitter staffers asking for their help.
He sent a two-paragraph note to everyone who actually created software, asking them to come to the 10th floor at 2 p.m. today, which The New York Times saw. Thank you, Elon.
About 30 minutes later, Mr. Musk sent another email inquiring about Twitter's "tech stack," which is a phrase for a company's software and associated systems.
Later, he invited select people to travel to Twitter's headquarters in San Francisco so they could meet in person in another email.
Following Mr. Musk's $44 billion purchase of Twitter last month, the company is on the verge of collapse.
The billionaire has worked tirelessly to impose his vision on the social networking platform, laying off 50% of its staff, sacking critics