Rishi Sunak is haunted by ghosts of prime ministers past – POLITICO

LONDON — “Back to her old self again” was how one erstwhile colleague described Liz Truss, who made her return to the U.K.’s front pages at the weekend.  That’s exactly what Rishi Sunak and his allies were afraid of.  Truss, who spent 49 turbulent days in No. 10 Downing Street last year, is back. After … Read more

Twitter suspends journalists who have been covering Elon Musk and the company

An image of new Twitter owner Elon Musk is seen surrounded by Twitter logos in this photo illustration in Warsaw, Poland on 08 November, 2022.  STR | Nurphoto | Getty Images Twitter suspended several high-profile journalists Thursday evening who have been covering the company and Elon Musk. Some messages said the accounts were “permanently suspended,” though … Read more

Elon Musk Sold More Than $3.5 Billion Worth of Tesla Shares

Elon Musk sold more than $3.5 billion worth of Tesla Inc. stock this week in his second round of sales since buying Twitter Inc. Mr. Musk sold nearly 22 million Tesla shares over a three-day period ending Dec. 14, according to a regulatory disclosure made public Wednesday.

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U.S. soccer journalist Grant Wahl dies while covering World Cup in Qatar

In this 2014 photo, sportswriter Grant Wahl works as a sideline reporter during halftime. Andy Mead | YCJ | Icon Sportswire |Corbis | Getty Images Grant Wahl, a longtime soccer sportswriter, died Friday in Qatar while covering the World Cup. NPR national supervising editor Russell Lewis tweeted that Wahl was covering the Argentina-Netherlands quarterfinal match … Read more

Opinion: Big selling wave in stocks makes for a buying opportunity, says Baron manager who has 20% of his fund’s assets in Tesla

Institutional investors have been clearing out of stocks. They sold $42 billion worth in the five weeks ending Sept. 21. That followed $51 billion in sales during the five weeks ending Sept. 7 — the biggest selling wave this year, says S&P Global Market Intelligence. Bank of America clients favored defensive names over cyclicals last … Read more

Disney reaches deal with Third Point, will add former Meta exec to its board

The Disney+ website on a laptop computer in the Brooklyn borough of New York, US, on Monday, July 18, 2022. Gabby Jones | Bloomberg | Getty Images Disney has reached a deal with activist investor Dan Loeb’s Third Point, which includes adding former Meta executive Carolyn Everson to its board of directors, the companies said … Read more

Trump urged to tell Digital World shareholders to vote on Truth Social merger delay

Homepage and app announcement of “Truth Social.” Christoph Dernbach | picture alliance | Getty Images Patrick Orlando, the CEO of the shell company set to take Trump Media and Technology Group public, on Friday urged Donald Trump and Trump Media CEO Devin Nunes to promote an upcoming vote to extend the merger deadline for the … Read more

AT&T, Verizon and Comcast stocks just had their worst quarter in two decades

Some of the biggest telecommunications stocks just posted their steepest quarterly declines in two decades amid pressures both new and old on the cable and wireless industries. Shares of wireless companies AT&T Inc. T, -1.22% and Verizon Communications Inc. VZ, -1.73% lost 26.8% and 25.2%, respectively, during the third quarter. Those were the largest quarterly … Read more

Facebook Freeloads Off Newspapers. This Plan Might Stop It

What happened next, though, was telling: The Australian measure passed—and Google and Facebook did indeed pay up, remunerating Australian news companies for hundreds of millions of dollars. The news experiment Down Under has spurred legislatures worldwide to adopt a version of their own—an EU directive has Google forging similar agreements, most recently with France—momentum that … Read more