He still seemed unenthusiastic about buying due to concerns about bots, he told a conference. “The more questions I ask, the more my concerns grow.”
One employee shared they’d “never been so mad about a cat birthday before,” according to Bloomberg.
“‘Temporarily on hold’ is not a thing,” wrote Bloomberg columnist Matt Levine. “Elon Musk has signed a binding contract requiring him to buy Twitter.”
Cryptocurrency trading platform Coinbase has lost half its value in the past week.
An official with the National Labor Relations Board filed a wide-ranging complaint accusing the coffee chain of violating workers’ rights.
At 3.6%, unemployment nearly reached the lowest level in half a century.
Record-low mortgages below 3% are long gone. Credit card rates will likely rise. So will the cost of an auto loan.
The career-networking service has agreed to pay $1.8 million in back wages to nearly 700 female workers to settle a pay discrimination complaint.
The union has won 85% of the elections held so far, and votes have been scheduled for more than 100 other stores.
The setback for the union follows a stunning upset victory at a different warehouse in New York last month.