Tesla closes down 4.1% on Wall Street.
A decline with which Elon Musk's fortune is reduced to 'only' 163.6 billion dollars and which costs him the title of world scrooge.
At the end of the session, in fact, Bernard Arnault keeps the scepter of the richest man in the world, snatched from Musk during the regular negotiations.
Arnault is worth $170.8 billion.
Elon Musk recently dismantled Twitter's safety committee, created in 2016 to address child exploitation, hate speech, suicide and other issues on the platform.
The Washington Post reports it, quoting an email sent to the almost 100 councilors of the committee.
The committee was dissolved less than an hour before the expected meeting of the Trust and Safety Council which was supposed to discuss the latest developments via Zoom.
Tesla boss then Elon Musk has reorganized Twitter's legal division and seems to be positioning himself for new possible legal actions.
The New York Times reports it citing some sources, according to which the billionaire would have instructed employees not to pay the sellers by anticipating potential lawsuits.
To cut costs, Twitter did not pay the rent on its San Francisco headquarters and other offices around the world for weeks, and also refused to pay the $197,725 bill for private airfare incurred in the week Musk bought the social.