Elon Musk’s Twitter Begins Auctioning Off Employee Toys and Gadgets – Here’s a List of What’s for Sale

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Under billionaire Elon Musk’s control, Twitter 2.0 is running like a well-oiled machine, and it’s happening with roughly 67 percent fewer employees than it had before Musk’s takeover.

Musk has also made it his mission to turn Twitter headquarters into something that resembles an actual workplace. To drive the point home, Musk has ordered the immediate auctioning of the luxury amenities offered to Twitter employees under old management.

According to the Daily Wire, Musk has contracted Heritage Global Partners to auction off a large portion of the unnecessary equipment at Twitter’s San Francisco headquarters, including La Marzocco espresso machines, which can cost over $20,000 each.

Other items up for auction include high-end furniture and interior decorations. Musk has even authorized the auction of a large statue of the Twitter logo and another large sculpture of the “@” symbol that the platform made famous.

From pizza ovens to braising pans to refrigerators, it looks as though Twitter HQ will soon resemble something of a *gasp* actual office environment where hard-working, mature people go to earn their pay while working on a quality product.

News of the auction went viral across Twitter. Several images of some of the items up for auction were included.

“If anyone wants any Twitter HQ items, Twitter contracted auction site Heritage Global Inc to sell off the excess assets. There are 265 items (chairs, tables, TVs, signs, etc). The net proceeds will go back to Twitter. Auction begins on Jan 17th,” one Twitter user wrote.

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