FCC commish says agency cannot interfere in Musk’s Twitter buy: ‘contrary to the public interest to block it’
Twitter must do these three things to succeed: Jeff Sica
Jeff Sica, Chief Investment Officer at Circle Squared Alternative Investments, sits down with Stuart Varney to discuss ways Twitter can thrive under Elon Musk’s ownership.
FCC Commissioner Nathan Simington on Monday slapped down the notion that stopping Tesla CEO Elon Musk from acquiring Twitter was within the power of his agency.
In an open letter published Monday, Simington said there was nothing in the United States Code or FCC regulations to interfere with Musk’s $44 billion transaction deal reached with Twitter last week.