Twitter auctions off office relics in Musk-led restructuring effort
Twitter, a company recently acquired by billionaire Elon Musk, auctioned off hundreds of items from its San Francisco headquarters, including a massive bust of its bird logo, which sold for six figures. The auction of "surplus corporate office assets" also featured a 10-foot neon light version of the bird logo, which was sold for $40,000.
Other items sold included espresso machines, ergonomic desks, televisions, bicycle-powered charging stations, pizza ovens, and a decorative planter in the shape of an "@" sign. The mass sale of office items is part of Twitter's restructuring efforts under Musk, who has been cutting costs and firing executives since his $44 billion purchase of the company was finalized, making him the CEO.