Highlights

  • Elon Musk said that Twitter spent $13 million per year on food services.
  • Musk has been making constant changes since taking over Twitter.
  • Twitter spent $20-$25 a day per person for food.

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Elon Musk said that Twitter spent $13 million per year on food services at its San Francisco headquarters. 

The Tesla chief, who is facing flak for sacking thousands of Twitter employees, has claimed that the US-based company spent $13 million per year on food services at its San Francisco headquarters.

Since Elon Musk has taken over the reins of the micro-blogging site Twitter, complete chaos has unfolded. The tech billionaires' moves have been generating headlines for the wrong reasons, most of the times.

Musk had spared with Twitter’s former Vice President of Work Transformation, Tracy Hawkins, over the issue of employee lunches. Hawkins ran the food program at Twitter, and in her tweet said that the company spent $20-$25 a day per person which allowed employees to work through lunch and meetings. Hawkins said that Musk's claims that almost no one came to the office and that the estimated cost per lunch served in the past 12 months was over $400 were a lie.

The controversy erupted after The New York Times reported that the SpaceX chief had revoked free lunches for Twitter employees.

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