Workers say they have been left largely in the dark about what a sale to the billionaire will mean for them and their shares in the company.
The world’s richest man succeeded in a bid to acquire the influential social networking service, which he has said he wants to take private.
The balloting will take place this week and could produce the second union at an Amazon facility in the United States.
One prominent Republican, Representative Jim Jordan of Ohio, tweeted that free speech was “making a comeback.”
The government most commonly intervenes when a company is buying a competitor.
The company’s 11-member board met with Mr. Musk to discuss his offer to buy the social networking service and take it private. An agreement could come as soon as Monday.
Mr. Nunes stepped down from his House seat in January to become chief executive of Trump Media. Wes Moss, a financial adviser and a contestant on “The Apprentice,” is also now a director.
A group of about 20 quality assurance testers at the video game company are to vote by mail, with ballots counted on May 23.
He found success as an entrepreneur in Silicon Valley shortly after arriving there in 1978, then represented his fellow alumni from the Indian Institutes of Technology.
While the authenticity of leaked data could not be verified, the effort appears to be part of a campaign by hackers opposed to the Kremlin.
Federal privacy bills, security legislation and antitrust laws to address the power of the tech giants have all failed to advance in Congress, despite hand wringing and shows of bipartisan support.
The Digital Services Act would force Meta, Google and others to combat misinformation and restrict certain online ads. How European officials will wield it remains to be seen.
Tech companies’ power has “turbocharged” political division and requires government scrutiny, former President Barack Obama said at Stanford.
It’s unlikely that you’ll be watching kitten videos one day and believing in QAnon the next.
Mr. Musk has been building a stake in the social media company and last week made an unsolicited offer to acquire it outright.
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The former president has embarked on a campaign to warn that the scourge of online falsehoods has eroded the foundations of democracy.
The world’s richest man is trying to shore up debt financing, including potentially taking out a loan against his shares of Tesla, so he can buy Twitter for $43 billion.
Ford’s chief executive is about to introduce an electric F-150 pickup truck that could determine whether the automaker can survive and thrive in an industry dominated by Tesla.
Investors have been skeptical that Elon Musk would be able to cobble together the funds needed to buy Twitter.
Mary Gundel loved managing a store in Tampa, Fla. But when she detailed its challenges on social media, the company — and fellow employees — took notice.
The billionaire in pursuit of Twitter has often been described as a libertarian, but he has not shrunk from government help when it has been good for business.
OpenAI’s GPT-3 and other neural nets can now write original prose with mind-boggling fluency — a development that could have profound implications for the future.
Outwardly, we praise innovation. Inwardly, we harbor a visceral aversion to it, studies have found.
The company received requests for information that appeared to relate to investigations into whether investors who knew Bobby Kotick, the chief executive, traded Activision stock before a deal with Microsoft was made public.
The conservative network has appeared hundreds of times in Russian media.
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The $15 billion rapid-delivery start-up decided to do business differently from rivals like Instacart. A changing environment is testing its model.
Since their country invaded Ukraine, Russian tech workers have left by the thousands. They appear intent on rebuilding their lives and businesses in other countries.
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There are thousands of apps that claim to promote mental well-being, but not all of them are safe or effective.
The new surcharge is in addition to fee increases for sellers in November that went into effect in January.
The video game evokes the hardship and disappointment of the pandemic, but also the hope of human communion.
The publishing platform’s founders want Substack to be an “alternate universe on the internet.” But it faces copycat rivals, an exodus by writers and a need to move beyond newsletters.
A spokesman for the Facebook founder said the money sent to election offices in 2020 was a “one-time donation.” The grants prompted Republicans to push for bans on private donations for elections.
Experts say the hacking, while unsuccessful, was among the most complex cyberattacks they have seen in the war so far.
Tech companies really want their employees to be happy — or at least less annoyed — about returning. So they’re providing concerts, food trucks and other perks.
The company’s first consumer protection lawsuit, filed Monday, claims a Cameroon man tricked would-be buyers using Gmail and other services.
Mr. Musk, Twitter’s biggest shareholder, is free to buy more stock in the company and could use the platform against itself. Some employees are dismayed.
China’s officials and state media are increasingly parroting Russian propaganda organs on the war in Ukraine, undercutting U.S. and European diplomatic efforts, even after the killings in Bucha.
The announcement reverses a decision last week, when Twitter said Mr. Musk would become a board member after amassing a 9.2 percent stake in the company.
In the absence of federal regulations, crypto lobbyists and executives are going state by state to get favorable rules enacted. Many lawmakers have been willing partners.
The company listed a series of complaints against an upstart union’s organizing efforts. Both Amazon and another union noted objections to another vote in Alabama.
Axiom Space bought seats on a SpaceX rocket to be NASA’s guests in orbit as the agency extends efforts to commercialize spaceflight.
Prices at the pump have apparently given some Americans second thoughts. But two practical problems remain: not enough cars and relatively few charging stations.
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The meetings are a common response by companies like Amazon and Starbucks to union drives among workers. The full labor board will make the decision.
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Services that put a name to a face, including Clearview AI, are being used to identify Russian soldiers, living or dead, and to verify that travelers in Ukraine are who they claim.