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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Biden on Friday revoked an executive order by former President Donald Trump that had directed regulators to limit liability protections for social media companies.
(Reuters) - Aeva Technologies Inc said on Thursday it signed a deal to develop a sensor for a self-driving car to be made by an "undisclosed large company," and its shares rose 13% even as it reported that its loss ballooned and sales came in far below forecasts.
(Reuters) -Billionaire Elon Musk and cryptocurrency aficionado on Tuesday asked https://bit.ly/33xrDHR his 54 million followers on Twitter "Do you want Tesla to accept Doge?," referring to a digital currency worth roughly 48 cents with no real-world use.
MILAN (Reuters) -Mediaset and its second-largest investor, Vivendi, on Monday ended years of legal sparring with an accord under which the French group will drastically cut its stake in the Italian broadcaster.
(Reuters) -AT&T Inc shareholders on Friday voted against a measure to approve executive compensation, according to preliminary voting results from the company's annual meeting.
Like a whale carcass that sinks to the ocean floor, entire ecosystems popping up in the shadow of its slowly decomposing husk, the comments field below Trump's last Facebook post is now a vibrant feeding ground where his fans and critics still converge, months later, to argue, troll and pay homage.
(Reuters) - Amazon.com Inc needs to do better at taking care of its employees, Jeff Bezos said on Thursday in his final letter to shareholders as chief executive officer of the online retail giant.
Author of the best-selling memoir Hillbilly Elegy has exited the board of directors of indoor agriculture company AppHarvest, following several controversial tweets.
WARSAW (Reuters) - Video games maker CD Projekt has no plans to shelve Cyberpunk 2077 and is committed to fixing glitches to make its flagship game a long-term success after a troubled rollout, joint chief executive Adam Kicinski told Reuters.
Amazon.com Inc always had the upper hand in its high-profile battle with the US Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union over its fulfillment center in Bessemer, Alabama. It had the deeper pockets, of course, and with mandatory workplace “information sessions”, could slyly proselytise on the shop floor against the union and the financial burdens of membership.