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Elon Musk today slammed Twitter for not immediately dropping its lawsuit against him and asked the judge to stay the case because “Twitter will not take yes for an answer.”
With Musk having told Twitter this week he is once again willing to honor their original deal, the company is unsurprisingly seeking assurances that Musk won’t break the merger contract again before agreeing to pause litigation. Musk—who previously tried to delay the trial until 2023—accused Twitter of not acting fast enough in a court filing his lawyers submitted today:
Twitter will not take yes for an answer. Astonishingly, they have insisted on proceeding with this litigation, recklessly putting the deal at risk and gambling with their stockholders’ interests. Proceeding toward trial is not only an enormous waste of party and judicial resources, it will undermine the ability of the parties to close the

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