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2022-12-02 21:40:12
A lawyer representing laid-off Twitter staff sent a fiery letter to Elon Musk's lawyer, Alex Spiro. Akiva Cohen claimed his clients weren't receiving the severance package they had been promised. Cohen tweeted that he hoped Musk would do the right thing, otherwise "it'll be fun as hell."

US stocks dropped Friday on the back of a stronger-than-expected jobs report. Nonfarm payrolls increased by 263,000, above the expected 200,000 and opening the door for continued hawkishness from the Federal Reserve.

A Florida brokerage had offered homeowners upfront cash payments in exchange for exclusive rights to sell their property. Florida's attorney general alleges MV Realty's 40-year homeowner agreement is "deceptive" and "unconscionable." Florida has one of the hottest housing markets in the nation, with home prices rising more than 14% over the last year.

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2022-12-02 00:30:27
CNN is executing a huge layoff plan, according to a company memo sent out by CEO Chris Licht. Paid contributors who are being cut will be the first notified; employees learn their fate today.

Meet Insider's third-annual slate of emerging talent in commercial and residential real estate. Young leaders 35 and under at big-name firms and boundary-pushing startups are tackling challenges from housing unaffordability to the climate crisis.

Insider's second annual list of industry power players recognizes the innovators helping foodtech startups and restaurants survive and thrive.

A recession in the US is unlikely in 2023, according to Goldman Sachs. The firm broke down the 10 reasons why an economic downturn won't happen in the next 12 months.

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2022-12-01 18:35:13
A suddenly surging economy will force the Federal Reserve to keep hiking interest rates. When that happens, investors and consumers better buckle up.

The historic protests in China are just the start. Unless Chinese President Xi Jinping can fix the economy, his problems are just going to get worse.

When LED streetlights start changing color for no apparent reason, it's a visual cue that we might need to rethink, just a bit, how we build the future.

Insider reported the Amazon division that built Alexa is on track to lose $10 billion this year. Voice assistants were supposed to be revolutionary, but no one's figured out how to make them profitable.

Elon Musk says he's confident that Neuralink's chips will be ready to be inserted into human brains in the next six months.

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2022-11-28 20:00:17
Cyber Monday officially starts today, and with it comes sales that are often better than Black Friday. Check back here regularly as our expert team of reporters and editors will be rounding up all of the very best deals throughout the day.

This year Hulu are offering the ad-supported plan for just $2 a month for a whole year, you can also add Disney Plus for only $3 a month more when you sign up before today ends. Separately, each service is $8 a month. We've crunched the numbers, and this deal will save you about $132 over a year.

There are still tons of excellent TV deals available. We're seeing huge discounts on displays from LG, Sony, Samsung, TCL, Hisense, Vizio, and more. If you're on the hunt for a new TV, you've come to the right place.

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2022-11-28 16:30:52
‘Everybody’s a free agent.’ This is how employees are using a controversial tactic to force their bosses to give them a raise. With inflation eating into salaries, employees are securing job offers to force their bosses to bump up their pay. Welcome to the Great Raise-ignition.

Engineer Ikuhiro Ihara was fired from Twitter the night before Thanksgiving. The firing shocked Ihara, who supported Elon Musk's "Twitter 2.0" vision of "hardcore" working. Ihara said he didn't hold a grudge but sympathized with ex-colleagues who now have visa issues.

US stock futures fell in premarket trading Monday as Chinese protests weighed on market sentiment. Crude oil prices fell to their lowest levels this year on worries about a hit to Chinese demand. Unrest erupted in Beijing, Shanghai and other major cities in protest against zero-Covid restrictions.

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2022-11-26 02:00:16
With Black Friday finally here, the best Black Friday deals are rolling in. The internet is flush with sales, and major retailers like Amazon, Walmart, and Best Buy are offering their steepest discounts of the year. Head over to Insider for more Black Friday coverage.

If you, like many people, are worried about inflation and want to buy gifts sooner rather than later, there's never been a better year to cross off your list early. We're keeping tabs on all the best Black Friday discounts, so if you want to get a jump on savings, check out the best deals worth shopping on Insider.

The two biggest shopping days of the year are finally here — but is Black Friday or Cyber Monday better for deals? A solid rule of thumb is that Black Friday is a better time to buy newer, big-ticket items and shop in stores. Cyber Monday is a better day to shop for tech deals and smaller gifts.

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2022-11-25 20:00:50
Kanye West said former President Donald Trump screamed at him during dinner at Mar-a-Lago. The rapper said Trump told him Ye would lose in 2024 if he ran for president. Ye talked about meeting Trump in Florida in a Thursday video dubbed "Mar-a-Lago debrief."

A former Yeezy worker said Kanye West would scream and throw books across a room. The ex-staffer worked for the fashion brand on West's remote ranch in Wyoming, Rolling Stone reported. Adidas has launched an investigation into the workplace environment at Yeezy.

Kanye West once made a designer sit on the floor for an hours-long meeting. An ex-staffer said the incident followed a disagreement between West and the designer. The designer had been working on the Adidas-Yeezy line, according to the report.

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2022-11-25 00:01:33
A TikTok star breaks down how much it costs to make stunt videos, like welding 2 cars together and sending a GoPro down a water hole.

7 top brands to pitch as a micro influencer, from Dunkin' to Mejuri.

Morningstar: Buy these 14 cheap stocks that still have room to rally in a bear market.

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2022-11-24 19:48:53
Almost 140,000 people paid for a Twitter Blue subscription in just 5 days, including far-right influencers and adult performers, report says.

A top Apple executive on Twitter since 2008 deleted his account over the weekend. This was after Musk complained about App Store fees being too high.

Kanye West made a Yeezy designer sit on the floor during an hours-long meeting and told her she didn't 'deserve to sit at the table,' report says.

Budweiser plans to ship unsold beer to the country that wins the World Cup, after Qatar's sudden U-turn on selling alcohol in the stadiums.

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