- Former Twitter CFO Ned Segal said the past 6 months have “pulled on every mental muscle.”
- The executive was ousted on Thursday, but is set to walk away with a $25.4 million golden parachute.
- In a thread on Twitter, Segal said his time at the company was “the most fulfilling” of his career.
Twitter’s former CFO Ned Segal said goodbye to the company in a Twitter thread on Friday morning, revealing the mental toll he experienced from Elon Musk’s back and forth around the deal.
Segal was with the company for over five years before Elon Musk ousted him on Thursday — the same day he sealed his $44 billion deal to take Twitter private.
“The past 6 months have pulled on every mental muscle I’ve developed in 48 years,” Segal said. “You learn so much when times are challenging and unpredictable, when we are tired or feel our integrity questioned. Our team remained kind, respectful, and steadfast. They’re lifelong friends.”
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