“By putting on a public spectacle to bring Twitter into play, and by proposing and then signing a seller-friendly merger agreement, [Mr] Musk appears to believe that he—unlike any other party subject to Delaware contract law—can change his mind, crash the company, disrupt its operations, destroy shareholder value, and leave,” the lawsuit says.
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