IT Essentials: Here comes the new boss

Radically different to the old boss?

Tom Allen
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IT Essentials: Here comes the new boss

Elon Musk has announced a new CEO for Twitter. All we know is that "She starts in six weeks," but rumours abound.

The new leader of the social media firm is expected to be Linda Yaccarino, who until today led advertising at NBCUniversal. She left the company this morning, adding more fuel to the fire of rum...

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