Most big tech firms have become places where talent goes to die: Elon Musk


Tesla CEO Elon Musk on Wednesday took a dig at big tech companies such as Google. Musk said, “most big companies in tech have turned into places where talent goes to die.”

Musk’s tweet was in response to a tweet posted by user JD Ross, who accused Google of turning brilliant young techies into “complacent careerists”.
This is not the first time that the tech billionaire has called out big tech. Earlier, Musk had blamed Facebook in a tweet for the violence at the US Capitol in January.

On Tuesday, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey threw shade at Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his recent announcement about the metaverse. Dorsey commented on a tweet giving the etymology term “metaverse,” describing it as, “a virtual world owned corporations where end users were treated as citizens in a dystopian corporate dictatorship”.


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With inputs from Bloomberg.

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