Board executed their fiduciary responsibility. End of story!
looool sorry couldn't resist - figured not worth a new thread.
Apparently just needs to fork over a billion and it all goes away...shouldn't be a problem...but, no, gonna let the lawyers get rich instead and fight it out.
https://www.ft.com/content/30a85550-...3-609dd7e45508The agreement includes a $1bn “reverse termination fee” that Musk would owe if he withdrew from the deal. However, if all other closing conditions are met, including financing, Twitter can seek to make Musk close the deal. US courts have historically sided with sellers in legal battles when buyers try to terminate deals to discourage acquirers from walking away on spurious grounds.