Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey tweets for ‘last time’ before news of him stepping down breaks

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Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey tweets for ‘last time’ before news of him stepping down breaks

TWITTER CEO Jack Dorsey will be leaving his role at the tech giant after facing calls to step down last year. His ominous final tweet yesterday

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TWITTER CEO Jack Dorsey will be leaving his role at the tech giant after facing calls to step down last year.

His ominous final tweet yesterday was made before the news of his upcoming departure broke.

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Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey tweeted a loving message about his company yesterday[/caption]

Dorsey tweeted on November 28: “I love Twitter”.

The tweet currently has over 56,000 likes.

Many fans were quick to respond in the comments.

One wrote: “Thank you Jack and everyone who made this a great platform!!”

Another responded: “I love jack”.


Reuters has reported that a successor has been lined up to take on Dorsey’s role.

It’s currently unclear who that will be or when the change will be put in place.

A source is said to have told Reuters that the company has been preparing for Dorsey’s departure for a year.

Early last year, Dorsey was facing calls from hedge fund Elliott Management Corp to leave his role.

The hedge fund argued that Dorsey wasn’t paying enough attention to Twitter and was focusing more on his other Square Inc digital payment company.

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