Elon Musk now leading Twitter, ushering in likely changes to online speech

CNBC reported the departures of Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal and CFO Ned Segal.

Musk originally offered $44 billion to buy the social networking site in April, but pulled out weeks later due to worries about its false and spam accounts.

Musk countersued Twitter for breaking the agreement, claiming fraud.

Before Musk resubmitted his $44 billion offer without explanation, the two parties were expected to resolve the matter in a Delaware courtroom this month.

The pact would change a key internet speech venue before the Nov. 8 midterm elections.

He had indicated he will stay on Truth Social.

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