Early on Sunday, Musk shockingly revealed his plans. He tweeted that X.com now refers to Twitter.com by Monday AM US time. He commented, “Interim X logo goes live later today.” Just before posting a picture of Twitter’s headquarters illuminated by a huge new X.
The recognisable blue bird is no longer included on the Twitter website’s logo, which has been updated. Previously, Musk said he was bidding “adieu to the twitter brand and, gradually, all the birds.” Since its inception in 2006, Twitter (TWTR) has sported its bright, well-known blue bird logo.
The billionaire has already changed Twitter’s company name to “X Corp,” in line with his goal of developing a “super app” like China’s WeChat.However, Twitter still refers to the light-blue bird as its “most recognisable asset” and states that it is protected on a brand toolkit page on its website.
Linda Yaccarino, a former marketing executive at NBCUniversal, was appointed CEO of the business by Elon Musk in June.
It’s really uncommon to receive a second opportunity to create a lasting impact in life or in business, she said in response to the name change on Twitter on Sunday afternoon. Twitter left a lasting effect and revolutionised communication. The worldwide town square will now undergo additional transformation thanks to X.
The new business encounters difficulties as it gets started. According to Musk’s most recent disclosure, the platform’s 50% decline in advertising income and high debt burdens continue to result in a negative cash flow.
Is it OK for someone you dislike to say something you find offensive? Elon Musk explained his stance on free speech in that manner. If so, then we are entitled to the freedom of expression.