Elon Musk Releases A Trove Of Emails Detailing The Internal Debate At Twitter Over Censorship Of The Hunter Biden Laptop Story
Billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk did as he promised and revealed on Friday a trove of emails detailing the internal debate at Twitter over the censorship of the Hunter Biden laptop story ahead of the 2020 election.
“The ‘Twitter Files’ tell an incredible story from inside one of the world’s largest and most influential social media platforms. It is a Frankensteinian tale of a human-built mechanism grown out the control of its designer,” Taibbi wrote, summarizing the documents.Read More
The dollar milkshake theory states that the US dollar will emerge stronger than ever — in the years to come — due to the fact that the central banks of many foreign countries issue debt in US dollars, as well as hold debt on their balance sheets in US dollars. In times like these, when countries such as Argentina and Sri Lanka are facing default — and wealthy countries have already issued debt to other nations in dollars — there will be a collective scramble for the American dollar, in markets abroad, like we have never seen before.Read More
“A large coalition of political/social activist groups agreed not to try to kill Twitter by starving us of advertising revenue if I agreed to this condition,” Musk said. “They broke the deal.”
Now, it has come out who is backing a concerted effort to starve Twitter of advertising revenue: A Clinton-linked dark money group named “Accountable Tech.”Read More
A new report is suggesting the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is considering an antitrust lawsuit to block the Microsoft acquisition of Activision Blizzard.Read More
More than 40% of U.S. small business owners say they couldn’t pay rent on time or in full for the month of November, the highest this year.
The small business network group Alignable released the survey, which found that the hardship varies by industry. A notable 57% of beauty salons said they couldn’t make rent as well as 45% of gyms, 44% of retail and 44% of restaurants.Read More
Shocker: Disney Is In Trouble- Bob Chapek Ousted From CEO Position, Bob Iger Is Back, Blackrock, ESG, And FTX Involved?
Last weekend, the embattled Bob Chapek was ousted from his position of Disney CEO. His predecessor Bob Iger is back in the role. In previous entries of my blog and video channels, I contended that Chapek was trying to reform Disney, and make it a family-friendly brand once again. Iger had ambitions of running for office as a Democrat, and installed executives and studio heads to push far left propaganda.Read More
Nov 17, 2022- Yuji Naka, the former SEGA creator who was lead programmer on the original Sonic the Hedgehog, has been arrested in Tokyo for alleged insider trading.
In this case, Naka allegedly used privileged information received in his position at Square Enix to inform investment decisions.Read More
A new report is making the rounds that retail giant Amazon is set to lay off roughly ten thousand employees, the latest in big tech cuts due to record market inflation.
Specifically, the layoffs will affect the company’s “devices group,” which includes their Alexa voice assistant, HR group, and retail group. This is reportedly the largest cut in Amazon’s history, roughly 3% of their corporate staffing, but less than 1% of their total employees.Read More
Things aren’t going well for the Woke Kingdom, the Walt Disney Company, which saw a share price collapse and appears to be set for a round of layoffs after missing earning expectations by over $1 billion, with the Disney+ streaming service losing a whopping $1.5 billion. That’s a 40 percent greater loss than analysts were expecting from the woke entertainment giant’s streaming service.Read More
Twitter CEO Elon Musk acknowledged a major lapse on the platform relating to blue tick verifications, days after he revealed his plans to charge users $8 per month for it. Recently, a user on the platform claimed that “Twitter employees were selling verification for upwards of $15,000.”Read More
Growing video platform Rumble, based in the US, has refused to cave to France’s demands to censor Russian news sources such as RT France and Sputnik.
Rumble has instead chosen to pull its services from France rather than comply with the order.Read More
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I'm a blogger, podcaster, and web design and business consultant. Economic freedom is my mission, so I talk about money, entrepreneurship, and I expose the corruption in the financial system.