All the Companies Pausing Twitter Ads Amid Musk Takeover

Elon Musk, SpaceX Chief Engineer, and the SpaceX team are recognized by Vice President Mike Pence inside the Vehicle Assembly Building following the launch of a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket. Via Wikimedia Commons.

It has been almost two weeks since Elon Musk took over Twitter with his historic $44 billion buyout of the social media giant. His first weeks have been mired in intrigue about what direction he will take the company. But with the buyout also came boycotts from businesses of advertising on the platform. Here are all the companies that are pausing their Twitter ads amid Musk’s takeover.



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bigbear
bigbear
29 days ago

where’s the list? I just signed back on to Twitter so I want to know who’s products not to buy.

Mike
Mike
26 days ago
Reply to  bigbear

Agreed

Rodeo
Rodeo
28 days ago

Give us the list so I can adjust my spending. Pay Pal is already gone from my use.

Mike
Mike
26 days ago
Reply to  Rodeo

Yes

Dgjot
Dgjot
27 days ago

Mondelez bought Nabisco years ago. It’s a Mexican run company now. I bought two packages of the Golden Oreos. Usually I only open the package half way. This last time I opened it all the way and saw I was cheated out of 12 cookies because the last cookie in the tray was laying down to hold the rest in place.
God only knows what.s in those Oreo’s & Ritz crackers. Probably ground cats and dogs.

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