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This is what Jack Dorsey has to say in his latest tweet

New Delhi: Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey announced in a recent tweet on Monday that he will resign from the company’s head after 16 years of work. Dorsey gave three reasons for his resignation. 1) We have appointed Parag Agrawal as Twitter CEO. 2) Bret Taylor agrees to become Chairman of the Board. 3) All members of the board of directors have the potential to change the company’s policies for the better. Parag Agrawal becomes the new Twitter CEO after Jack Dorsey resigns..

“I don’t know if anyone has heard of it, but I’ve resigned from Twitter,” Dorsey said in a recent tweet.

Dorsey will remain a member of the Board of Directors until his term expires at the 2022 General Meeting of Shareholders. “I love Twitter,” Dorsey wrote in a recent tweet on a site posted on Sunday. The 45-year-old co-founded the company in 2006 with Biz Stone, Evan Williams and Noah Glass. Dorsey resigned as Twitter CEO in 2008, but returned to the company in 2015.

Meanwhile, Dorsey remains CEO of his digital payments company, Square. New CEO Parag Agrawal joined the company as an advertising engineer in 2011 and eventually earned the title of CTO in 2018. He was in charge of strategies including artificial intelligence and machine learning. Prior to joining Twitter, he had research internships at AT & T, Microsoft, and Yahoo. In addition to Agrawar’s appointment to the Board of Directors, the Company also announced that Bret Taylor, a member of the Twitter Board of Directors since 2016, has been appointed Chairman of the Independent Board of Directors to take effect immediately.

(The above story was first published in Latest LY at 8:51 am IST on November 30, 2021. For news and updates on politics, the world, sports, entertainment and lifestyle, please visit our website. Please log on to. latestly.com).



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