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Elon Musk odds-on to step down as Twitter CEO by end of 2023 after BBC interview, with Steve Davis favourite to assume role

Liam Solomon
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Elon Musk is odds-on at 1/3 to vacate his position as Twitter CEO after becoming the social media giant’s owner in October.

According to odds by BettingSites.co.uk Steve Davis, who is currently the CEO of Musk’s The Boring Company, is the favourite to replace the 51-year-old at 2/1 with Sriram Krishnan, ex-Twitter Director of Product, second-favourite at 4/1.

Former Meta COO Sheryl Sandberg follows behind at 8/1 while ex-PayPal executive David Sacks is 10/1 to replace Musk.

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Latest odds via BettingSites.co.uk

Will Elon Musk step down as Twitter CEO by the end of 2023?

Yes – 1/3

No – 9/4

Who will replace Elon Musk as the next CEO of Twitter?

Steve Davis – 2/1

Sriram Krishnan – 4/1

Sheryl Sandberg – 8/1

David Sacks – 10/1

Emmett Shear – 12/1

Joe Lonsdale – 16/1

Vanessa Pappas – 16/1

Blake Masters – 20/1

Jim Lanzone – 25/1

Kevin Systrom – 30/1

Peter Thiel – 50/1

Jack Dorsey – 100/1

A BettingSites.co.uk spokesperson said: “Elon Musk is currently odds-on at 1/3 to step down as CEO of Twitter. This is after the 51-year-old admitted that running the social media giant has been “quite painful” in a rare interview with the BBC released on Wednesday.

“Just six months since taking over the company and assuming the role as Twitter CEO, Musk has previously indicated that he would vacate the position. Steve Davis, the current CEO of Musk’s The Boring Company, is favourite to replace the business magnate at 2/1.

“Twitter’s former Director of Product Sriram Krishnan is second-favourite at 4/1 while Sheryl Sandberg is another name linked with succeeding Musk at 8/1 having stepped down as COO of Meta Platforms in August.

“Other markets on who will replace Musk include co-founder of PayPal Peter Thiel at 50/1 with former Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey currently at odds of 100/1 to make a sensational return to the company he co-founded in 2006.”

Liam Solomon

Liam is a content writer for Betting Sites. He has 7 years of experience writing articles on trending topics including sports and finance. Liam has a passion for analysing trending data and has had his data shared in publications including New York Times, BBC and 1000's more.