Two of the world’s richest men are contemplating tackling homelessness, suggesting that Twitter Inc. would turn its headquarters into a shelter.
Jeff Bezos, founder of Amazon.com Inc., on Sunday backed the idea of Elon Musk, who recently became Twitter’s largest shareholder, to turn the social networking firm’s San Francisco headquarters into a homeless shelter because few people worked there during the epidemic.
Mr. Bezos Tweet An article from technology-focused blog GeekWire about the eight-story family homeless shelter attached to Amazon’s Seattle headquarters since May 2020, an initiative that has worked great and makes it easy for workers willing to volunteer.
Mr Bezos has suggested converting at least part of Twitter’s headquarters into a homeless shelter. Mr Musk agreed in another tweet, calling it a “great idea”.
Mr Musk, who has more than 81 million followers on Twitter, launched a poll on Saturday, asking users to vote if the building should be converted. The poll garnered more than a million votes in less than a day, with more than 90% saying yes.
The chief executive of electric vehicle maker Tesla Inc., who often tweets about his company and other issues, is known to confuse people about whether he is joking. However, Mr Musk has made it clear that he is not joking. “I’m serious about this one btw,” he said TweetFollow up on Sunday topics.
A Individual vote Mr Musk on Sunday demanded that “w” be removed from Twitter’s name, leaving two voting options, “yes” and “of course.”
Mr Musk on Saturday suggested some changes to the Twitter Blue Premium subscription service, including a reduction in prices, a ban on advertising and the option to pay in cryptocurrency Dodgecoin. – Reuters