Twitter launched lawsuits on Tuesday against Elon Musk to force the boss of Tesla to keep his commitment to buy the social network according to the terms agreed at the end of April, which valued the Californian group at 44 billion dollars, according to a document consulted by AFP.
A judge of a court specializing in business law, in the State of Delaware (eastern United States), will therefore have to determine whether or not the multi-billionaire can terminate the acquisition agreement which includes $1 billion in severance payments.
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