Twitter’s Jack Dorsey ‘should be fired’ for being CEO of 2 firms: Big Tech critic Scott Galloway

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A day after Twitter (TWTR) CEO Jack Dorsey testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee about a foundational internet law alongside Facebook (FB) CEO Mark Zuckerberg, prominent NYU business professor Scott Galloway called for Dorsey’s ouster.In an interview Wednesday with Yahoo Finance Live, Galloway, who has been critical of Dorsey’s decision to simultaneously serve as CEO of both Twitter payments firm Square (SQ), said the social network should cut Dorsey off from his current role.“He should be fired,” Galloway said. “I mean this is a big company with thousands of employees that plays a big role in the discourse of society, and about 1 p.m. every day he peaces out and he goes to another firm.”Galloway isn’t the only one who’s taken shots at Dorsey’s dual roles as CEO. In March, Elliot Management sought to oust Dorsey from Twitter after the social network’s CEO said he planned to move to Africa for 3 to 6 months while continuing to lead both Twitter and Square.Twitter and Elliot eventually came to an agreement that left Dorsey in place, and gave Elliot and Silver Lake, which also joined in the scrum, seats on Twitter’s board. …

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