Twitter spends nearly 13 million dollars every year to provide food services at its headquarters
On Monday, Elon Musk resorted to Twitter in order to “fact-verify” an article that was published in The New York Times concerning the serving of meals at Twitter’s offices. According to a report that was published by a news agency that has earned widespread popularity, Elon Musk has reportedly asked staff at Twitter to pay for the meals that are served at the headquarters of Twitter. In light of the ongoing financial crisis, the supposed action was pitched as a way to cut costs. Elon Musk responded to the claims made by the New York Times by noting on Twitter that the social media business spends roughly 13 million dollars annually on food services for its headquarters. This was Musk’s response to the charges made by the New York Times. The number “13 million dollars” got a lot of responses from people on different social networking sites. Many of them wondered why someone would spend so much money on food.
Elon Musk went on to claim that the peak occupancy of the eating room was just 25 percent and that, on average, less than 10 percent of the facility’s capacity was being utilized at any given time. Elon Musk says that at the food facility at the headquarters, there are more people making breakfast than eating it at the same time. In addition to this, he stated that the employees of the food facility do not even try to serve the food most of the time because there is no one there to consume it. Elon Musk surprised many users when he added in a reply to another user’s tweet that the average cost of a single lunch was This information came as a surprise to many people.
Elon Musk has been working hard to implement numerous operational and procedural alterations to the social networking site Twitter ever since he seized control of the company on October 27, 2022. The corporation made the decision to be more stringent with the implementation of cost-cutting measures last week, which resulted in the termination of more than 3,000 employees. Musk has come forward to defend his company, Twitter, saying that the company was left with “no choice” because it was incurring enormous losses on a daily basis. Numerous multinational corporations have discontinued their sponsored advertising on Twitter as a result of a number of modifications as well as worries surrounding the radicalization of the platform. After Elon Musk became CEO, a number of well-known celebrities decided to stop using a social networking sites.