A Delaware state court ruling has shaken up the the world of compensation for corporate CEOs.
The Musk ruling has huge implications and could lead to similar suits against other outrageous CEO pay packages.
The premise of Web 2.0 was always toxic, but the peer pressure it exerted on journalists was especially destructive.
In the wake of a report highlighting the placement of antisemitic content alongside paid ads, the principal owner of X has sued Media Matters.
Corporations like Tesla that pay their top execs hundreds of times more than what they pay their workers should not get federal aid.
Elon Musk is going to great lengths to stop the public from knowing the extent of hate speech on Twitter/X.
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