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Elon Musk's X could lose $75m in ad revenue post Musk antisemitic tweet: report
The New York Times revealed on Friday that X, the website formerly known as Twitter, may lose $75 million in advertising revenue by the end of the year as a result of owner Elon Musk's apparent support of an antisemitic conspiracy theory last week.
Title: Controversial Statements by Elon Musk Cause Advertising Exodus on X (Formerly Twitter)
1. The Financial Fallout: X (#Twitter) Elon Musk's ownership of X has taken a toll on the platform's advertising revenue. Internal documents reveal that the company could face a staggering $75 million loss by the end of the year as major brands hit the pause button on their marketing campaigns.
More Advertisers Pull Out of X Following Elon Musk’s Antisemitic Controversy
This article was written with the help of A.I. software.*. Several major advertisers, including Airbnb, Netflix, and Microsoft, have withdrawn their advertising from X, formerly Twitter, after Elon reportedly supported an antisemitic conspiracy theory.
"Elon Musk vs. Media Matters: The Battle for Truth in the Age of Social Media"
Billionaire and tech titan Elon Musk, best known for his advancements in SpaceX and Tesla, is making headlines again. This time, however, it's not space exploration or electric cars. The CEO of Twitter/X has filed a lawsuit against Media Matters, a progressive media watchdog, over their alleged smear campaign against him. Learn more as we dive deep into the latest legal battle involving one of the world's most influential people in business.
20+ Years Later: Elon Musk Was Part of the "PayPal Mafia" Far Before He Ever Made His First Billion
This article was written with the help of A.I. software.*. Some of the richest and most influential figures in tech including YouTube, Yelp, Tesla, and LinkedIn all have one thing in common: they all worked at PayPal during the early 2000s.
Right-Wing Groups Rally for Elon & Twitter
In a noteworthy development in the social media landscape, right-wing influencers and media companies have stepped forward to support Elon Musk's Twitter following the withdrawal of several major advertisers. Companies like Apple, Disney, IBM, NBCUniversal, and Sony have suspended their advertising campaigns on Twitter, leading to significant revenue losses for the platform.
DeSantis Defends Musk for Anti-Jewish Remarks in CNN Interview.
Just a few days ago Elon Musk, the Billionaire Owner of X, Tesla and SpaceX came under heavy fire for agreeing with an antisemitic post that accused Jewish people of driving hatred against white people.
“They Will Die!” Elon Musk Just Said THIS On Israel Hamas
In this captivating video featuring Russell Brand, viewers are teased with a powerful statement attributed to Elon Musk regarding the ongoing conflict between Israel and Hamas. The urgency is palpable with the phrase "They Will Die!"—an attention-grabbing hook designed to pique curiosity.
Elon Musk's Alarming Antisemitic Endorsement: Sending Shockwaves Across Social Media
Opinion: Elon Musk's Social Media Storm: A Rollercoaster Ride of Controversy. In the dynamic realm of social media, where tweets and posts carry unprecedented weight, a surprising twist has hurled tech mogul Elon Musk into a tempest of controversy. Buckle up, readers – the man known for rockets and electric cars is now navigating turbulent online terrain.
Ron DeSantis Refuses to Condemn Elon Musk’s Antisemitic X Post: ‘I Did Not See The Comment'
Amid rising controversy, Florida Governor remains non-committal on billionaire's inflammatory post. In a move that has sparked widespread debate, Republican presidential candidate Ron DeSantis has declined to condemn a controversial post by tech mogul Elon Musk endorsing an antisemitic conspiracy theory. Despite the outcry surrounding the post, DeSantis maintains that he was not familiar with the content.
SpaceX’s Second Starship Test: A Leap Towards the Future
SpaceX, the private American aerospace manufacturer and space transportation company founded by Elon Musk, is preparing for the second flight of its Starship. This comes after the first test flight ended in a spectacular explosion.
Elon Musk Faces Advertiser Exodus Amidst Controversial X Endorsement
In the turbulent sea of social media, one man's tweets are causing a mighty ripple effect. Elon Musk, the tech tycoon known for his unfiltered online presence, has found himself in the eye of a storm after endorsing X (formerly Twitter). The catch? It's not your run-of-the-mill endorsement – it's laced with allegations of antisemitism, and major advertisers are jumping ship faster than you can say "140 characters."
Advertisers Shun Elon Musk's X Over Antisemitism Concerns
TAMPA, Fla. — Advertisers are distancing themselves from Elon Musk's social media platform, X, due to concerns about their ads appearing next to pro-Nazi content and hate speech. The platform is facing a fresh setback as big brands, including IBM, Apple, Oracle, NBCUniversal's Bravo network, Comcast, and the European Union, halt their advertising amid a surge in hate speech.
Elon Musk’s Latest Starship Explodes — Did It Hit The Firmament?
Well folks, Elon Musk just sent up another massive starship rocket last night with 33 (interesting number) massive engines. Let’s start with this incredible video of takeoff:
Elon Musk vows to file thermonuclear lawsuit against left-wing Media Matters
Elon Musk has vowed to file a lawsuit against left-wing Media Matters for a "fraudulent attack" against his X social media platform. The threat of a lawsuit comes after several major companies pulled out of advertising on Musk's social media network.
Permanently Delete Your X Account in 5 Steps: Elon Musk Boosting Antisemitic Tweet
The fallout from Elon Musk, the owner of X, responding positively to a racist tweet is becoming more widespread. A number of companies, including Apple, IBM, Disney, and Paramount, announced on Thursday and Friday that they would be stopping their advertising on the social media platform formerly known as Twitter.
Elon Musk Thinks Great Replacement Theory is 'The Actual Truth'
The White House issued a strong condemnation on Friday regarding Elon Musk's endorsement of an "abhorrent" antisemitic conspiracy theory on X. In response to Musk's remarks, several major U.S. companies, including Walt Disney Co, Warner Bros Discovery, and NBCUniversal parent Comcast, have halted their advertisements on his social media platform.
Disney, Lionsgate, IBM and More Pull Ads From X After Elon Musk’s Antisemitic Remark
Disney and Warner Bros. Discovery have joined an increasing number of prestigious advertisers who are removing their advertisements and promotions from the social media platform X due to a recent antisemitic comment made by Elon Musk, the venue's owner.