Elon Musk continues to cut costs at Twitter, closes two offices in India


Twitter has closed two of its three offices in India and directed its employees to work from home, as part of Elon Musk’s mission to cut costs and make the struggling social media service profitable. Media told.

Twitter closed its offices in the country’s capital New Delhi and financial hub Mumbai and continues to operate an office in the southern tech hub of Bengaluru, reported Bloomberg, citing sources.

In November last year, Musk laid off more than 90 per cent of its employees in India, around more than 200.

Globally, Twitter has laid off more than 50 percent of its employees.

Last month, Musk, who failed to pay rent for the Twitter headquarters in San Francisco, asked his remaining employees in Singapore to come to the office and work remotely as the company reportedly failed to pay the monthly rent. .

According to reports, Twitter employees were informed about the decision via email, instructing them to leave the CapitaGreen building and work from home.

Platformer’s Casey Newton said in a tweet, “Twitter employees were kicked out of Singapore office – Asia-Pacific headquarters – for non-payment of rent”.

In the US, Twitter has been sued because it failed to pay $136,250 in rent for its office space in San Francisco.


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