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Why is Jack Dorsey Leaving Twitter?

Hint: He’s already told us.

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On November 29th, in an email posted to his Twitter account, Jack Dorsey announced that he had resigned as CEO of the company. In the email, Dorsey provided 3 reasons why he made the decision to leave. The first and second reasons involved his faith in Parag Agrawal, his appointed successor as CEO, and Bret Taylor, the newly appointed Board Chair. His final…

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Steven Yamada

Analyzing the past, present, and future. | Also visit me on Substack: https://stevenyamada.substack.com/

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