A wave of lawsuits argue that Tesla’s self-driving software is dangerously overhyped. What can its blind spots teach us about the company’s erratic C.E.O.?
Elon Musk has reduced the company to a bare-bones operation, and employees are under a “zero-based budgeting” mandate to justify any spending.
Sasha Solomon, a software engineer, joined others in the media business who lost their jobs this year after publicly taking on their employers.
The maker of electric cars faces sharp competition, plummeting shares and production woes while its chief executive is preoccupied with Twitter.
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A release of internal documents from Twitter set off intense debates in the intersecting worlds of media, politics and tech.
Corporate governance experts say the electric-car maker’s directors may need to rein in the chief executive, with whom many have personal ties.
Mr. Musk sent emails on Friday asking to learn about Twitter’s underlying technology as key infrastructure teams have been decimated.
Sam Bankman-Fried’s DMs go public, and Congress announces an investigation. Tech’s nightmare November continues.
Seven Democratic senators urged the Federal Trade Commission to examine whether the social media company, under Mr. Musk’s ownership, had violated a 2011 privacy agreement.
False narratives about voting in the midterm elections proliferated on the platform, which has shed half its employees since Mr. Musk bought the company last month.
The billionaire and his advisers have discussed adding paid direct messages, fees to watch videos and other features to the service.
At least four Twitter executives have left in recent days, as one of the world’s largest ad companies said clients should pause spending on the social media platform.
The billionaire and a group of his friends and advisers are working on layoff plans and how to swiftly change Twitter’s product, said people with knowledge of the matter.
The tweet on Sunday posted an article that made baseless allegations about the attack on House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s husband.
The campaign appeared to start after Mr. Musk had officially taken control of the company.
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Peiter Zatko’s accusations of false statements and security shortcomings at Twitter may be used by Mr. Musk in the legal battle over a $44 billion acquisition of the company.
The social media company swung to a loss in the second quarter and cited “uncertainty” over its pending takeover by the billionaire Tesla chief executive as a factor.
Twitter had sought to expedite the case by requesting a trial in September, which Mr. Musk had countered by asking for a trial in February.
If Twitter sues Mr. Musk to force a sale of the company, the case is likely to end up at a 230-year-old court in Delaware.
Bots can tweet at people, share tweets, follow and be followed by other people. And there are good bots and bad.
Mr. Musk has appeared reluctant to proceed with the $44 billion agreement, citing uncertainty about the number of fake accounts on the platform.
Mr. Musk answered questions from Twitter’s 8,000 workers for the first time in a virtual meeting on Thursday.
Mr. Musk has been creating confusion around whether the Twitter deal will close, causing the social media company’s share price to fall.
Mr. Musk had challenged an agreement he reached with securities regulators after he claimed that he had the funding to take Tesla private.
Twitter would have to pay if it signed a deal with another suitor. Mr. Musk would have to pay if his financing falls apart.
He wants Twitter to allow more speech. We’ve got questions.