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Twitter co-founder Evan Williams steps down from board

Twitter co-founder Evan Williams steps down from board

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 23 Feb 2019, 04:10 pm

New York, Feb 23 (IBNS): Twitter co-founder Evan Williams has said he has decided to step down from the board of the company.

He has worked with the board for 12 years.

He said he is taking the step to 'focus on some other things'.

He tweeted: "I'm very lucky to have served on the @Twitter board for 12 years (ever since there was a board). It's been overwhelmingly interesting, educational—and, at times, challenging."

"Thank you, @jack and @biz for starting this crazy company with me—and continuing to make it better and better. And to my fellow board members, new and old—some of the most thoughtful people I've ever known," he said.

Thanking Twitter employees, he said: "And, of course, thank you to the almost 4,000 Twitter employees who are doing the hard work every day."

He said: "I'm going to ride off into the sunset (or...down Market Street), so I can focus on some other things. I will always be rooting for the team (and, if someone lets me in, come by for lunch)."

Twitter is one of the most popular micro-blogging site which is used by celebrities and politicians across the globe, apart from common netizens.

Image:  Evan Williams Twitter page

Twitter co-founder Evan Williams steps down from board

India Blooms News Service
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