miami.- The social network Twitter, which has more than 300 million users in the world and a high commercial estimate, could be the subject of an investigation in the city of San Francisco and the mayor of Miami, Francis Suárez, proposes to transfer the famous firm . of social network for Florida city.
American digital media Business Insider interviewed Ra Suarez, who commented that Twitter may be relocating to Miami.
“I think his rebranding fits” Miami, Suarez said, assuring that the city he runs “values liberty and freedom of expression.”
Mayor Suarez told Business Insider that he tried to contact Twitter’s new chairman, Elon Musk, who acquired the social network just two months ago and is facing severe administrative difficulties after downsizing.
“I haven’t heard back yet,” said Miami’s mayor, with whom Musk spoke just two years ago about building a tunnel on busy Brickell Avenue that never happened.
“Obviously, it’s a very complicated situation,” the mayor declared, “with everything that’s going on.”
The “very complicated” situation may have led to the dismissal of thousands of employees, the suspension of accounts for posting “uncomfortable” opinions and the need to cut expenses following a $44,000 million investment in the Twitter purchase. schools.
Musk conducted a popular poll to find out whether users wanted him to continue to lead the firm. Some 57.5% of the 17 million votes cast chose to request Musk’s dismissal, to which the magnate, who also runs the Tesla automobile brand, replied “I’ll look for someone to replace me.”
Either way, Suarez proposes relocating the company’s headquarters from San Francisco to Miami, a city where rents have risen more than 20% in the past two years and per household incomes barely $45,000 a year. More than; After Forbes reported that “San Francisco building inspectors have launched an investigation into reports that Twitter has converted several office rooms into dormitories so that employees can work long hours and sleep there. “
Meanwhile, Mayor Suárez continues to draw attention of technology companies to set up their headquarters in Miami and facilitate the creation of better qualified and paid jobs.