Breaking Twitter: Elon Musk and the Most Controversial Corporate Takeover in History (Hardcover)

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Breaking Twitter: Elon Musk and the Most Controversial Corporate Takeover in History (Hardcover)

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From New York Times bestselling author Ben Mezrich: the book Elon Musk doesn’t want you to read.

BREAKING TWITTER takes readers inside the darkly comic battle between one of the most intriguing, polarizing, influential men of our time—Elon Musk—and the company that represents our culture’s dearest hope for a shared global conversation. From employee accounts within Twitter headquarters to the mission-driven team Musk surrounded himself with, this is the full story from all sides. Can Musk miraculously succeed or will he spectacularly fail?  What will that mean to the global town hall that is Twitter?  What, really, is Elon’s end goal?  The whole world is watching.  BREAKING TWITTER will provide ringside seats. 

Elon Musk didn't break Twitter. Twitter broke Elon Musk. 
 
Ben Mezrich is the New York Times bestselling author of The Accidental Billionaires (adapted by Aaron Sorkin into the David Fincher film The Social Network), Bringing Down the House (adapted into the #1 box office hit film 21), The Antisocial Network, and many other bestselling books. His books have sold over six million copies worldwide.

Product Details ISBN: 9781538707593
ISBN-10: 1538707594
Publisher: Grand Central Publishing
Publication Date: November 7th, 2023
Pages: 336
Language: English
“The result is a highly engaging and convincing portrayal of Musk’s disastrous impact on Twitter—and its impact on him.”
 —BookPage

"Mezrich mans the conveyor belt at the factory that turns raw reality into its eventual slick cinematic depiction." —New York Times

"Mezrich can conjure a scene so vivid that you not only feel like you know the people on the page, but feel as if you’re in the room with
them."—Porchlight