I have an UPDATE on the Twitter management getting fired drama: and it’s NOT GOOD

So, Elon Musk just fired a whole bunch of top Twitter executives "for cause”. On Thursday, Elon fired CEO Parag Agrawal, CFO Ned Segal and both the chief legal officer and the general counsel of twitter. One theory out there right now is that Elon Musk fired the executives "for cause" to try and avoid paying them severance payouts and unvested stock grants. So, how likely is Elon to avoid having to pay these 100 million dollars?

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