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Elon Musk assistant Steve Davis reportedly slept in Twitter HQ with wife, baby

An Elon Musk loyalist who is in the running to assume the chief executive officer role at Twitter slept inside the social media company’s San Francisco headquarters with his partner and their newborn just days after she gave birth, it has been report..

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Jack Sweeney brings back Elon Musk jet-tracking Twitter account — but there’s a catch

A new Twitter account launched by suspended user Jack Sweeney that tracks Elon Musk’s private jet flights has been “search banned,” the mogul’s college-age tormentor told The Post on Friday. Sweeney, the 20-year-old University of Central Florida sop..

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Facebook parent Meta paying $725M to settle Cambridge Analytica suit

Facebook owner Meta Platforms has agreed to pay $725 million to resolve a class-action lawsuit accusing the social media giant of allowing third parties, including Cambridge Analytica, to access users’ personal information. The proposed settlement, ..

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Sam Bankman-Fried claims he ‘misaccounted’ $8B in FTX funds

Math doesn’t seem to be the MIT graduate’s strength. Disgraced FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried — an alum of the vaunted university — gave a bizarre explanation for an $8 billion budget shortfall that helped force the doomed cryptocurrency platform int..

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Elon Musk ‘comfortable’ putting Neuralink chip into one of his kids

Elon Musk revealed this week that he would be comfortable implanting a chip developed by his firm Neuralink into one of his own children’s brains if the need arose. The tech billionaire made claim while addressing a question potential safety concern..

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Kanye West no longer buying social media app Parler

The parent company of social media platform Parler and American rapper Kanye West, who now goes by Ye, have agreed to terminate the intent of the sale of Parler, according to a statement from Parlement Technologies on Thursday. “This decision was ma..

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Elon Musk slashing jobs at Twitter to avoid $700M loss next year: sources

Elon Musk’s drastic decision to lay off half of Twitter’s workforce on Friday was driven by the company’s dire finances — with the now-private company on track to lose $700 million in 2023 if he hadn’t slashed costs, The Post has learned. While the..

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Laid-off Twitter employees reveal their fates in tweets: ‘8 months pregnant’

Elon Musk-led Twitter began a long-dreaded and drastic round of layoffs on Friday — and numerous workers took to the social media site to confirm they were caught in the bloodbath. Company officials began informing laid-off employees about their fat..

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Elon Musk spotted in NYC heading into Wall Street investor conference

Twitter boss Elon Musk was photographed in the parking garage at New York City’s Lincoln Center on Friday ahead of his expected appearance at the Baron Investment Conference. Musk was pictured hurrying into the venue through a side door. He is slate..

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Judge Kathaleen McCormick keeps Musk-Twitter saga from turning into circus

A lawyer for billionaire Elon Musk had barely begun speaking during a recent hearing when the Delaware judge presiding over Twitter’s lawsuit against Musk abruptly cut her off. “Skip the rhetoric and go to the meat,” Chancellor Kathaleen St. Jude Mc..

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Tesla wins tax breaks from China after Elon Musk’s Taiwan comments: report

Elon Musk’s electric car maker Tesla has been granted tax exemptions from China just days after the tech mogul was praised by Beijing for saying that Taiwan should become a “special administrative zone” ruled by the Chinese Communist Party. The Chin..

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Elon Musk to yank funding for Starlink in Ukraine after official told him to ‘F–k off’

Elon Musk said he can no longer pay for his Starlink satellite internet service to operate in Ukraine — less than two weeks after a Ukrainian official told Musk to “F–k off” over his controversial proposal for peace with Russia. Musk had offered the..

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