Elon Musk deal to buy Twitter in danger: Report

Twitter shares slid late on July 8 after a Washington Post report that Elon Musk's $44 billion deal to buy the social media giant is in danger.

The world's richest man has previously expressed misgivings and even implied he could walk away from the deal over concerns about what he believes are an abundance of fake accounts.

Musk to address Twitter employees this week

Elon Musk will address Twitter employees Thursday for the first time since the billionaire and Tesla CEO offered $44 billion to buy the social media platform, the company said yesterday.

Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal announced an all-hands meeting to employees in an email on June 13, saying they'd be able to submit questions in advance, according to The Wall Street Journal.

A Car Crashed into Crowd of People in Berlin, One Person was Killed

One person was killed and at least 30 were injured when a car crashed into a crowd near a church in Berlin, local authorities said.

A report of the incident was received at 10.30 a.m. local time.

It is unclear at this time whether this was an accident or an intentional act.

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Government Agencies might have to Pay to use Twitter in the Future

Twitter can become a paid service for companies and government agencies. Entrepreneur Elon Musk, who bought the company, announced this on his page on the aforementioned social network.

"Twitter will always be free for ordinary users but it is possible to pay a fee for commercial or government users," the publication said.