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This year in tech has Elon Musk’s presence looming large over it, thanks mainly to his proposed acquisition of Twitter in a deal that could be worth about $44 billion (opens in new tab). That all seems to be going a bit awry, with critics divided over whether Musk is trying to drive down what seems like an over-inflated price, or back away from the deal entirely.

One of the reasons the Twitter deal has been such news is the nature of Musk himself: Probably the most high-profile billionaire in the world outside of Bill Gates, and a man with fingers in many important pies. The two most notable are Tesla and SpaceX, and Musk’s critics wonder just how many major businesses this guy can possibly run at once: the fact he’s simultaneously clowning himself on Twitter does not help, of course.

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