Former President Trump and MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell on Saturday spoke to a crowd in Wisconsin, repeating claims of voter fraud in the 2020 election.
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The lesson from the 2018 bitcoin crash is that the current bear market may last months, JPMorgan strategist Nikolaos Panigirtzoglou told Insider.
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The winner of the auction, whose name will be released in coming weeks, will fly on the spacecraft with Jeff Bezos and his brother on July 20 for 11 minutes.
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A Goldman spokesperson said its CEO "enjoys producing music, and he is dedicated to giving back. All proceeds from his releases go to benefit charity."
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It's not quite as close to magic as Elon would have you believe.
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The FCC has greenlit a pair of OnePlus phones which could be mid-range OnePlus Nord handsets slated to launch in the US.
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Not only is the gulf between employee and executive pay widening, but executive compensation skyrocketed in 2020.
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CEO thinks US will keep giving billions to private ISPs instead of public networks.
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Alexander Karp, Palantir's CEO, raked in $1.1 billion in total compensation in 2020, roughly 8,943 times more than the average Palantir employee.
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After a blistering rally, lumber prices have now fallen approximately 37% from May 7 record highs of $1,670.50 per thousand board feet.
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Ulrich Kranz just recently resigned as CEO of EV startup Canoo. Apple reportedly scooped him up shortly thereafter.
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"I would say we're looking at it more seriously now having the benefit of seeing how the direct public offering played out for Coinbase," Kraken founder Jesse Powell told Fortune.
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Here's what to expect from the next big release of Windows.
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The BMC wants to educate the public about bitcoin mining and has called on miners to share their energy sources.
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Elon Musk says the Model S Plaid will be able to do "back-to-back 0-to-60s" with no loss of performance.
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Miller, who worked on Trump's 2016 and 2020 campaigns, has served as the former president's spokesperson since he left office in January.
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Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge Ulrich Kranz, a former BMW executive and the recently departed CEO and co-founder of EV startup Canoo, has been hired by Apple, the company has confirmed to The Verge. Kranz will reportedly work on the Silicon Valley behemoth’s electric car under Doug Field, the former Tesla executive who runs the day-to-day operations of the project, which is codenamed “Project Titan.” News of Kranz joining Apple was first reported by Bloomberg. Kranz was one of the executives who helped launch BMW’s all-electric i3 hatchback and hybrid i8 sports car. Shortly after he left the German automaker at the end of 2016, he and fellow BMW executive Stefan Krause were tapped to help turn around struggling EV startup Faraday Future. The pair clashed with Faraday... Continue reading…
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Subway's current problems are inextricable from the strategies co-founder Fred DeLuca used to build the chain.
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According to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, last year’s experience has shown that work can be done well in any location. In this regard, the head ... The post Almost all Facebook employees will be able to work remotely appeared first on Gizchina.com.
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Osome, a startup that combines multiple corporate services for SMEs into one “super app,” has raised a $16 million Series A. The round included returning investors Target Global, AltaIR Capital and Phystech Ventures, and new backers S16VC and venture capitalist Peng T. Ong, who joined as an angel investor. The Singapore-based startup’s last funding round […]
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