From an espresso machine to a neon electrical logo display, Twitter has placed hundreds of items from its San Francisco headquarters up for auction online. Organised by Heritage Global Partners, the auction is the latest sign of upheaval at the company, which Elon Musk acquired for $44 billion last year.
The 631 lots of “surplus corporate office assets” range from industrial-scale kitchenware and typical office furniture like whiteboards and desks to less typical office supplies such as quirky signage and more than 100 boxes of KN95 face masks. A range of designer chairs, coffee machines, iMacs and stationary bike stations are also up for auction.
As per the auction house, a statue of the platform’s famous blue bird logo is currently priced at $11,000 with just under 24 hours left to bid. On the other hand, a 6ft planter in the shape of an @ symbol is already fetching $4,300.