Elon Musk To Resign As Twitter CEO: Who Will Take Over?

• Elon Musk offered to resign from his position as the CEO of Twitter on Monday.
• He asked his followers to cast a poll to decide whether he should step down or not.
• 57.5% of the respondents voted for Yes, and HarrisX, a polling company, reported that 61% of their respondents wanted Musk to stay as the head of Twitter.

On Monday, Elon Musk, the CEO of Twitter, the popular microblogging company, offered to resign from his position. He posted a Twitter poll asking his followers “Should I step down as head of Twitter? I will abide by the results of this poll.” Surprisingly, the results of the poll came out to be Yes, with 57.5% of the respondents voting in favour. However, HarrisX, a polling company, tweeted out their own poll results where 61% of the respondents wanted Musk to stay as the head of Twitter.

Although the poll results may have been influenced by “bots” who managed to vote for “Yes” in the majority, Musk has committed to stepping down from his position the moment he finds someone “foolish enough” to take the job. This means that, even after resigning from the CEO position, he will still hold a significant influence over the company, as he will be running the software and servers.

Although the CEO has yet to find a suitable successor, speculation is rife about who could be the next CEO of Twitter. Industry experts have suggested that the list of potential candidates could range from a seasoned executive from Silicon Valley to an up-and-coming entrepreneur with a strong background in technology.

Regardless of who takes over the CEO position, it is certain that Twitter will have to go through a period of transition. The company is likely to adjust to the new leadership and the changes that it brings with it. It remains to be seen how the company will fare under the new leadership, but one thing is certain: the future of Twitter is in the hands of its new CEO.