After Losing A Half Billion In Q4, Twitter Buys Two Real Log Cabins To Serve As Lunchrooms In Its HQ

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Twitter has purchased two real, more-than-a-century-old log cabins to serve as dining areas for its employees inside of its headquarters in the heart of San Francisco.

The recently public company has taken dings for its extensive employee-maintenance efforts, but if anything, it seems to be treating those criticisms as a challenge to offer ever-more elaborate perks. Log cabin lunchrooms are obviously the new nap pods for recently comically wealthy workers stressed from their short Uber to work.

On the one hand, Twitter had a GAAP net loss of $511 million in its most recent quarter. On the other hand, employee retention is hard.

We reached out to Twitter for comment on the news, and will update when we hear back.