Twitter prohibits the promotion of accounts on other social media sites, including Facebook, Instagram and Truth Social

Twitter will no longer allow users to promote their accounts on at least seven other major social media sites, including Facebook, Instagram and Truth Social, the platform announced on Sunday. the New policy comes after many users began posting links to their accounts on other sites following Elon Musk’s takeover as CEO of Twitter and …

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Fundraising steps aren’t about dollar value – they’re about risk

For a rapid increase in valuation, think, “What is the highest risk right now and how can I remove it?”. You’ve probably heard pre-seed, seed, series A, series B and so on and so on. These labels often aren’t very useful because they aren’t clearly defined – we’ve seen very small A-series rounds and huge …

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Stock market’s brutal year leaves Wall Street with little faith in a rebound

(Bloomberg) — A brutal year for US equities is winding down with little conviction on Wall Street that the outlook is brightening anytime soon. Bloomberg’s Most Read After rebounding since October on speculation that the Federal Reserve is nearing the end of its most aggressive rate hikes in decades, stock prices have retreated over the …

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FTX founder’s ex-girlfriend ‘has a choice to make’ over allegedly cooperating with officials: Marc Litt

Former U.S. attorney Marc Litt joined “Fox & Friends Weekend” to discuss the background to the extradition and how SBF’s ex-girlfriend allegedly cooperated with authorities. The girlfriend of disgraced FTX founder Samuel Bankman-Fried allegedly cooperated with federal officials, it emerged shortly after his arrest in the Bahamas in connection with the collapse of his crypto …

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These 4 things kept consumers from shopping on Black Friday this year

Image source: Getty Images Some consumers skipped the biggest shopping day of the year for good reason. Key points Black Friday is when there are usually plenty of bargains to be found. Some consumers opted out of Black Friday, which might have been a smart move. Their reasons included avoiding crowds, bad business, and lack …

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PCE Inflation, FedEx, Nike Earnings Lead to Holidays: What to Know This Week

The holiday season is upon us, but a few key earnings and economic reports will grace the halls of Wall Street before markets close for a long Christmas weekend. In the coming days, the economic calendar will bring investors the latest Personal Consumption Expenditures Price Index – or PCE – which is the Fed’s preferred …

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German union warns Amazon against pre-Christmas strikes

BERLIN, Dec 18 (Reuters) – German trade union Verdi on Sunday urged workers at Amazon warehouses across the country to support continued strikes in the coming days to protest over wages, aiming to disrupt the retailer’s business as much as possible online before Christmas. The union said that in response to wage increases that had …

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The recession is no excuse to backtrack on diversity

At a recent conference on creating opportunities for diverse talent, chaired by the Financial Times, Tory peer Lord Shinkwin warned that “whatever the rhetoric, rejecting equality, diversity and inclusion as somehow part of the waking agenda is turning your face against equal opportunity”. His remarks were weighed by Jonathan Geldart, chief executive of the Institute …

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Washington Post reporter seeks comment from Musk and is suspended from Twitter

Elon Musk’s war on journalists unfolded over the weekend with Washington Post Journalist Taylor Lorenz has been temporarily kicked off Twitter after asking the erratic billionaire to comment on a story. “When I went to log in and see if he had responded to our query, I was suspended. I received no communication from the …

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