Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal's decision to offer Elon Musk, now the company's largest individual shareholder, a seat on the board is likely an attempt to forestall a public spat with the incendiary billionaire, who has long nursed a love and hate relationship with the social network.
Trading app Public, which last year denounced the controversial payment-for-order-flow practice common among competitors such as Robinhood, has come up with a different way to offer free trades: sell public companies and ETF sponsors access and data.
Concerns about water supplies delayed the opening of Tesla's first European auto plant in Germany. The same issue is also plaguing another one of the electric vehicle maker's "giga" manufacturing plants—the one in Austin, Texas, due to open tomorrow.
Federal investigators are on the trail of an insider at a California government agency who allegedly helped inmates at a state prison siphon $250,000 in taxpayer funds—a peculiar yet not uncommon case of Covid-19 unemployment benefit fraud involving public sector employees.
As MLB emerges from a three-month lockout over a new collective bargaining agreement, its ten top earners are set to collect $377 million combined this year, an all-time high. One of the sport's top agents, however, believes the league missed a big opportunity. For one player, instead, the big money is earned off the field.
We've published new stories digging into the data and the personalities featured in this year's world's billionaires ranking: we're looking at which U.S. state is home to the most billionaires, who are the youngest members of the global three-comma club, a budget airlines pioneer making his list debut, and which 2021 newcomers dropped off in 2022.
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