Tech firm Twitter has put up for sale in an auction house a large part of the furniture of its headquarters in San Franciscoincluding not only computers, tables and chairs, but also coffee machines, pizza ovens, beer coolers, projectors and dozens of other items.
Heritage Global Partners will be in charge of conducting this auction of 631 lots, as can be read on its website, and Bidding opened Tuesday and will close at 10:00 a.m. local San Francisco timewhere is the headquarters.
Particularly “corporate” items are included in the auction, such as aa statue of the Twitter bird, already fetching $20,500, and a huge neon with the same glowing logo, already fetching $22,500.
Although what is most abundant are chairs, tables, monitors, and desk furniture, there are also stationary bikes to practice gymnastics, boxes of KN95 masks, and a good number of industrial-size coffee makers, ovens, and refrigerators.
This massive sale of artifacts seems to indicate a new effort to alleviate Twitter’s losses at a time when the company has lost much of its advertisers to Elon Musk’s tumultuous purchase of the company, which has resulted in a series of lurches on the network content policy.
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