Twitter Prepares For Legal Showdown, Trump Calls Musk a 'Bulls**t Artist,' The Misunderstood 'China Growth Story' And More: 5 Key Stories You May Have Missed From This Weekend

Elon Musk once again dominated the weekend news flow, discussions, and analyses after he quietly pulled out of the deal to buy Twitter, Inc. (NYSE: TWTR ). As investors look ahead to a week that promises a lot of action both on the economic and corporate fronts, here's a recap of a few major headlines that hit the wire over the weekend: Musk-Twitter On Warpath: Following Musk's disclosure that he is walking away from the deal, Twitter's board said it will seek legal recourse to enforce the deal. Reports suggested Twitter has hired M&A specialist Watchell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz to represent it in the legal battle with Musk. A case will be filed in the Delaware Chancery Court as early as this week, reports said. Musk, for his part, has chosen Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan LLP, which is currently representing him in the ongoing shareholder lawsuit over his taking Tesla, Inc. (NASDAQ: TSLA ) private tweet in 2018. Trump Takes Aim at Musk: Former U.S. President Donald Trump came down heavily ... Full story available on