In the United States, four senior executives from the former Twitter are suing Elon Musk: they are seeking a $128 million settlement

Elon Musk, as soon as he set foot in the Twitter company, would have fired them without just cause under the pretext of not paying them the termination clauses of the contract, which would have guaranteed them each several million in severance pay. That's according to four former executives of what was once Twitter, now X. As reported by New York Times, these are four super managers: CEO Parag Agrawal, CFO Ned Segal, Director of Legal and Corporate Policy Vijaya Gadde and General Counsel Sean Edgett. According to what they claim in the complaint filed in the Northern District Court of California, after the acquisition of the company for 44 billion – a deal that was on the verge of collapse due to the doubts of the Tesla owner and SpaceX – Musk was dismissed for just cause for not having to pay the compensation provided for in the contracts. According to what was stipulated by the managers, they would have been entitled to severance pay in the event of Twitter's transformation from a public company to a private company. The severance package they were to receive included a year's salary plus unvested stock: $128 million in total. Money that Musk allegedly admitted to his biographer that he had no intention of paying. “This is Musk’s plan,” the lawyers who filed the suit now say, “to keep money he owes other people and force them to sue him.” Even if he loses, Musk can impose delays, hassle and expense on those who can't afford it. » The four have already won a lawsuit against the current owner of

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