Musk has already fired the Twitter advertising manager he allegedly convinced to stay

Robin Wheeler, head of advertising sales at Twitter, appears to have left the company again, just over a week after Elon Musk reportedly had to convince her not to quit.

Friday night, Platformby Casey Newton reported that Wheeler had been fired from the company, although details of the reason are unclear at this time. A little after, Wheeler herself tweeted“To the team and my clients…you have always been my first and only priority,” followed by the hi emoji which has become a sign that you are leaving the company. She did not immediately respond to The edgeasking for confirmation that she was fired. Twitter does not have a communications service to take such requests.

This is just the latest twist in the history of ad sales executives at Twitter. Earlier this month, its chief advertising executive, chief account officer Sarah Personette, stepped down. Then, on Nov. 10, it was reported that Wheeler, then vice president of US client solutions, had resigned along with trust and safety chief Yoel Roth, but was convinced by Musk to stay.

It seems that his retention period was very short.

Twitter has lost a large part of its leaders and staff. When Musk took office, he fired several high-level officers, including the CEO, and several others have since resigned. It also laid off thousands of workers and contractors, then gave those left the choice of agreeing to work on a “hardcore” Twitter 2.0 or take severance pay. We heard that hundreds of workers chose to take the money and march.

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