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Twitter rescinds job offer to new hire: 'Whole world just got destroyed'

A recently hired Twitter employee’s job offer was reportedly rescinded last week as the social-media giant frantically slashes costs during buyout talks with Elon Musk. The scorned job seeker, identified...

Jack Dorsey's 'backstabbing' led to Musk takeover: Twitter co-founder

Ex-Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey served up the company on a platter to Elon Musk by "backstabbing" the social media's board of directors, a co-founder said.

Microsoft executive reportedly watched 'VR porn' in front of subordinates

The executive, virtual reality chief Alex Kipman, allegedly watched a sexy pillow fight involving young women in skimpy clothing in front of a half-dozen staffers, Insider reported.

Apple raising pay for workers during inflation surge, union push

Apple is raising pay for its workers as inflation crimps wages in a tight labor market — and as the iPhone maker faces a widening unionization push at its retail...

Elon Musk sends Twitter shares soaring after pledge of more equity

Elon Musk on Wednesday pledged an additional $6.25 billion in equity financing to fund the $44 billion offer for Twitter, reducing the billionaire's margin loan against his Tesla shares to zero.

This tech firm just became the latest to lay off employees

Embattled checkout payments startup Bolt on Wednesday became the latest tech startup to lay off employees in an increasingly brutal market.  CEO Maju Kuruvilla broke the news in a note...

Amazon shareholders reject investor-led proposals at annual meeting

A total of 15 investor resolutions were considered, including one introduced at the meeting.

AOC wants to ditch her Tesla after Twitter dustup with Elon Musk

The Green New Deal-backing progressive congresswoman from the Bronx and Queens said that she's itching to switch to an electric car that is manufactured by a company that employs union...

Twitter investors vote against re-electing Elon Musk ally to board

The Tesla chief executive tweeted on May 13 that the $44 billion acquisition was "temporarily on hold."

Delivery app axing 14% of employees, NYC workers outraged

Getir CEO Nazım Salur broke the news on a call with managers on Wednesday morning, a company source told The Post.