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By Tom Krisher, Matt O'Brien, Associated Press
If the squabbling ever stops over Elon Musk's renewed bid to buy Twitter, experts say he still faces a huge obstacle to closing the $44 billion deal: Keeping his financing in place.
By Matt O'Brien, Associated Press
Twitter is asking a Delaware court to proceed with an upcoming trial against Elon Musk. The social media platform says the billionaire refuses to accept the contractual obligations of his April agreement to buy the company for $44 billion.
By Tom Krishner, Matt O'Brien, Randall Chase, Barbara Ortutay, Associated Press
Musk made the surprising turnaround in a letter to Twitter that the company disclosed in a filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
In our news wrap Tuesday, Elon Musk reversed course and agreed to buy Twitter after months of legal battles, President Biden and Japan's prime minister discussed the next steps following North Korea's longest-ever ballistic missile test over Japan and a…
By Tom Krisher, Matt O'Brien, Randall Chase, Associated Press
Elon Musk is offering to go through with his original proposal to buy Twitter for $44 billion. The Tesla CEO said in a regulatory filing Tuesday that he notified Twitter of plans to go through with the deal.
By Marcy Gordon, Associated Press
Peiter “Mudge” Zatko, a respected cybersecurity expert, appeared Tuesday before the Senate Judiciary Committee to lay out his concerns.
By Associated Press
Elon Musk and Twitter lobbed salvos at each other in the latest round of legal filings over the billionaire Tesla CEO's aborted plan to buy the social media platform.
By PBS NewsHour
In our news wrap Wednesday, new fighting broke out in Ethiopia's Tigray region after a months-long cease-fire, the U.S. military carried out airstrikes in Syria against militias linked to Iran, a congressional report has more details on how the Trump…
By Stephanie Sy
A whistleblower says Twitter has “extreme, egregious deficiencies” in its cyber security defense. The complaint says the company is an easy target for hackers and could put users’ information at risk. Elizabeth Dwoskin, The Washington Post's Silicon Valley correspondent who…
A former head of security at Twitter has filed whistleblower complaints with U.S. officials, alleging that the company misled regulators about its cybersecurity defenses and its problems with fake accounts, according to reports by the Washington Post and CNN.
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