- Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey has a second job: CEO of Square, the digital payments company he started after being fired from Twitter in 2008.
- This dual role “renders him totally incapable of providing the attention and leadership” Twitter needs, investor and NYU Stern professor Scott Galloway argued in a recent interview.
- Galloway outright calls for Dorsey’s firing — but Dorsey has been notoriously resilient in the role: He was previously fired, but came back years later. He’s also faced calls for his ousting from investors before and won.
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Jack Dorsey is the CEO of two major publicly traded companies: Twitter and Square.
But, according to Scott Galloway, the bestselling author and a professor of marketing at New York University’s Stern School of Business, Dorsey shouldn’t be in charge of the social media company any longer.
“He should be fired,” Galloway told Yahoo Finance