Twitter’s Ex-CEO, a Former Comedian, Is Consulting on ‘Silicon Valley’
Silicon Valley co-creator Mike Judge says Dick Costolo, who resigned as Twitter’s CEO in June, “has ‘great stories’ to tell the writing staff, like how he threw away burner phones after leaving China for fear of getting hacked.” Costolo, for his part, says of his role: “I’m in the writers room, and it’s more consulting than writing…I’m answering questions and describing how interactions would work between executives, VCs, employees, etc.”
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