Yahoo Finance Live anchor Dave Briggs details Elon Musk's big week as Twitter CEO, which featured an online spat with Apple and suspending Ye's Twitter account after a series of antisemitic tweets.
Tim Cook was already battling one of the biggest disruptions to Apple’s crucial supply chain operations in China since the onset of the global pandemic when the tweet tirade began. In a flurry of more than a dozen tweets on Monday, Elon Musk launched a broadside against the world’s most valuable tech company, questioning the Apple chief’s commitment to free speech. Musk, who bought Twitter for $44bn in October, rallied his 120mn followers to support a “revolution against online censorship in America”.
Apple (AAPL) closed the most recent trading day at $147.81, moving -0.34% from the previous trading session.