Elon Musk:Twitter is auctioning its coffee machines
Elon Musk Twitter: Items in the auction include "surplus corporate office assets" like kitchenware and office furniture like whiteboards and desks.
Twitter is conducting an auction for the sale of items from its San Francisco headquarters, Bloomberg reported. The 27-hour online auction is being organised by Heritage Global Partners Inc.
It marks the latest sign of upheaval at the company, which was acquired by Elon Musk for $44 billion. Elon Musk gestures as he speaks during a press conference.
Items in the auction include "surplus corporate office assets" like kitchenware and office furniture like whiteboards and desks. It will also include signage.
More than 100 boxes of KN95 masks, it was reported. Designer chairs, coffee machines, iMacs and stationary bike stations capable of charging appliances will also be on sale at the auction.
The items will have the stamp of the company as they will include memorabilia like a large Twitter bird statue and an "@" symbol sculpture planter.
Ahead of the auction, the neon logo had received 64 bids valuing it at $17,500 - the highest current bid of the lot, it was reported. The bird statue had 55 bids, pushing its price to $16,000.
Auction organisers repudiated claims that the sale is in order to shore up Twitter's financing saying, "This auction has nothing to do with their financial position."