After receiving official notice from Elon Musk that he would not be paying $44 billion for Twitter, the firm declared that it would not take Musk’s decision lightly. The company stated in a one-paragraph statement, “We are committed to finalizing the acquisition on the price and terms agreed upon with Mr. Musk and plan to pursue legal action to enforce the merger agreement. According to the New York Times, Twitter needs the agreement to close. “The odds are against us. The acquisition agreement between Twitter and Mr. Musk is currently its most valued component. Since April, its shares have fallen…
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