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Elliott exited Twitter during second quarter amid takeover frenzy, filings show

Elliott Management, the hedge fund that pushed for big changes at Twitter two years ago, exited the stock during the second quarter, soon after Elon Musk announced plans to buy the social media company, a regulatory filing shows. The filing on Monday, showed that Elliott no longer owned any common stock in Twitter on June 30. Twitter’s shares, which closed at $44.50 on Monday had climbed as high as $51.70 in April, when Musk was offering to spend $44 billion to acquire the company.

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