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Elon Musk personally called CEOs of companies that stopped advertising on Twitter to complain, report says

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Elon Musk reinstated Donald Trump on Twitter on November 20. AP
Elon Musk called CEOs of companies that pulled ad spending to complain, Financial Times reported.
Musk's calls backfired and other brands joined the growing list of companies to withdraw spending.
Numerous media buyers and ad agencies said big brands have paused Twitter ads, per the FT.
Elon Musk called up the chief executives of companies that pulled advertising spending from Twitter to complain, the Financial Times reported. A number of leading media buyers and advertising agencies say that almost all the major brands they...
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