Twitter might have undergone many modifications after been acquired by tech billionaire Elon Musk and in one more change, the micro-blogging firm is promoting kitchen home equipment, workplace furnishings and different surplus workplace property in an public sale. This growth comes after Twitter’s new chief Musk had revealed that Twitter spends $13 million a yr on meals service at its San Francisco headquarters.
Twitter’s two-day on-line public sale sale “That includes Surplus Company Workplace Belongings of Twitter!” will begin on January 17 on the Heritage World Companions’ web site. In accordance with the web site, the sale is that includes kitchen tools, electronics, furnishings, memorabilia, amongst different objects. There are a number of classes of things are on sale together with espresso machines, espresso grinders, steam tilting kettles, pizza makers, electrical, bakery ovens, freezers (together with bar fridge), cell heated cupboards, ice-making machines, fryers, laser projectors, workplace chairs, cupboards, and extra.
Twitter Fowl Statue and a “@sculpture planter” can also be on sale too with an preliminary bidding worth of $25.
Final month, Musk tweeted that workers lunches at Twitter HQ had been costing greater than $400 per meal. He stated, “Twitter spends $13M/yr on meals service for SF HQ. Badge in data present peak occupancy was 25 per cent, common occupancy beneath 10 per cent. There are extra individuals getting ready breakfast than consuming breakfast. They don’t even trouble serving dinner, as a result of there isn’t a one within the constructing.”
False. Twitter spends $13M/yr on meals service for SF HQ. Badge in data present peak occupancy was 25%, common occupancy beneath 10%.
There are extra individuals getting ready breakfast than consuming breakfast.
They don’t even trouble serving dinner, as a result of there isn’t a one within the constructing.
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) November 13, 2022
This comes after it was reported that native authorities are set to launch a probe into Musk’s transfer to transform some rooms at Twitter headquarters into small bedrooms. Native TV KQED had quoted a San Francisco Division of Constructing Inspection’s official saying that they had been launching an investigation into “experiences Twitter has transformed a number of workplace rooms at its headquarters into sleeping quarters for workers.”
It was reported that Musk has transformed rooms at Twitter headquarters in San Francisco into small bedrooms, that includes unmade mattresses, drab curtains, and big work displays. The report stated that the bedrooms have “brilliant orange carpeting, a wood bedside desk and what seems to be a queen mattress, replete with a desk lamp and two workplace armchairs simply begging for convivial office collaboration.”