Elon Musk floats turning Twitter's headquarters into a homeless shelter
Elon Musk, Twitter Inc.'s largest shareholder, proposed turning the social media company's San Francisco headquarters into a homeless shelter because "no one shows up anyway."
Musk made the proposal via a Twitter poll on Saturday night. Nearly 1.2 million people had responded by Sunday morning, and 91.1% of them voted in favor of the idea.
Musk's poll comes a week after he purchased a 9.2% stake in Twitter's stock, making him the company's largest shareholder. Musk has been critical of Twitter's handling of free speech on the platform and has proposed a number of tongue-in-cheek changes to the company since his stock purchase.
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