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5 May
Tesla CEO, Elon Musk recently acquired Twitter after the board agreed to the takeover bid by the Billionaire, marking a dramatic reversal of its earlier hesitation to accept the offer. Musk reportedly paid $54.20 (€50.8) per share in cash, or $44 billion, to take a 38% stake in the messaging platform. The takeover has however been welcomed with mixed feelings with many expressing fears that Musk may alter the way the platform operates.
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SpaceX launched its third crew to the International Space Station, recycling a rocket and spacecraft for the first time. "I think that's one of those things that gets people fired up", says founder Elon Musk.
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