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Want to own Twitter’s kitchen equipment or office chairs? Here’s your chance

As Elon Musk clears Twitter Inc.’s convention rooms to put in beds for his staff, he’s seeking to make a buck on the workplace gear that’s not wanted.

Auction web site Heritage Global Inc.

has listed 241 items for an auction set to happen on Jan. 17 and 18 dubbed “Twitter: Online Auction Sale Featuring Surplus Corporate Office Assets of Twitter!” Heritage Global President Nick Dove confirmed to MarketWatch that Twitter contracted the corporate to dump the surplus property, and that web proceeds will return to Twitter.

The public sale lot is usually made up of kitchen and workplace gear, although there are recognizable Twitter artifacts included as effectively. Most noticeable is a planter that has lengthy been outstanding at Twitter’s headquarters, as it’s formed just like the @ image that precedes Twitter customers’ names, together with a statue of Twitter’s chicken brand.

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Chief Executive Musk has laid off 1000’s of Twitter’s staff since buying the corporate for $44 billion in money and debt, regardless of making an attempt to squash the acquisition by way of the courts. He has reportedly turned some conference rooms into bedrooms for remaining workers — incomes the eye of San Francisco’s Department of Building Inspection — and among the public sale gadgets embody normal gear for convention rooms, equivalent to digital whiteboard shows made by Alphabet Inc.’s Google


and Sharp Corp.


For extra: Twitter’s fired janitors and office beds are being investigated by San Francisco officials

In addition to plain workplace gear, there may be additionally heavy-duty kitchen gear equivalent to specialised ovens and fridges, a number of espresso and low makers, and three “kegerator” beer dispensers. One of Musk’s different strikes since taking on Twitter has been to eliminate free meals for workers, which he stated on the service was costing the corporate roughly $13 million a 12 months, although a former employee who ran the meal service until Musk took over publicly disputed his figures. 

Heritage Global warns on its web site that the successful bidders might be chargeable for eradicating the gadgets from the venue themselves. The public sale lists the venue handle as Twitter’s San Francisco headquarters on Market St., however notes that viewings might be by appointment solely.



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