Elon Musk expects Twitter to be ‘cash flow break-even’ next year

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By Sheila Dang (Reuters) -Elon Musk said Twitter Inc is now on track to be “roughly cash flow break-even” next year, as the billionaire owner defended his deep cost-cutting measures at the social media platform. Twitter was previously tracking toward a “negative cash flow situation of $3 billion per year” before the cost cuts, Musk said on Wednesday in a Twitter Spaces audio chat. Since taking over Twitter on Oct. 27, Musk has laid off 50% of the company’s employees and demanded remaining staff commit to long hours and a “hardcore” culture, prompting more employee departures. The controversial…

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