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Lauren Hirsch

Lauren Hirsch

Reporter at DealBook - The New York Times

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Lauren Hirsch

Musk Fields Questions About Remote Work and Layoffs: Live Updates

Musk is taking questions from ‘tweeps’ as his $44 billion acquisition of the company moves ahead. He said people who are ‘exceptional at their jobs’ can work remotely, then dodges the questions about layoffs.

Twitter Said to Agree to Give Elon Musk Access to Stream of Tweets ...

The move may make it tougher for Mr. Musk, who has said he is not getting enough information from the company, to end the $44 billion acquisition.

Why Elon Musk Can’t Back Out of Buying Twitter, According to Twitter

Here are some of the company’s main legal arguments.

Another subpoena blitz in Twitter vs. Musk. - The New York Times

Elon Musk subpoenaed the banks advising Twitter in its deal, and Twitter sent subpoenas to several people close to Mr. Musk.

Stock Market Updates and Economy News for Aug. 15, 2022 - The New Y...

Third Point, the firm founded by billionaire investor Dan Loeb, has bought back into Disney and proposed a spinoff of ESPN, takeover of Hulu and new board members.

Judge Grants Elon Musk’s Request to Delay Trial With Twitter

A judge in Delaware gave Mr. Musk until Oct. 28 to complete the deal. The trial, which was set to start in a little more than a week, could still happen in November.

Elon Musk Reaches Out to Advertisers Ahead of Deadline for Twitter ...

The billionaire posted a note to advertisers saying he wanted the service to be “the most respected advertising platform.”

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Twitter Files to Pull Shares From Stock Market as Elon Musk Moves In

Twitter filed documents seeking to remove its shares from the New York Stock Exchange, the first step toward becoming a private company under Elon Musk’s ownership.

WeWork Misses $95 Million in Interest Payments - The New York Times

The move, another sign of the company’s financial troubles, is intended to start negotiations with lenders, it said.

The Israel-Hamas War Fallout Hits Wall Street and Universities - Th...

Marc Rowan of Apollo has called for the resignations of the University of Pennsylvania’s president and its chairman, citing what he sees as an insufficient response to antisemitism.

How Much Influence Should Universities Give Their Donors? - The New...

After the Hamas terrorist attack on Israel, some major donors are aiming to shape the free-speech values and top leadership on campuses.