Elon Musk Violated Labor Laws With 2018 Tweet
The National Labor Relations Board also ruled that Tesla violated labor laws when it fired a union activist in 2017.
Twitter to Shut Down Periscope Five Years After Launch
Periscope “wasn’t a staying force, in the same way that other live streaming services — like the juggernaut of Twitch — would become."
Facebook, Twitter CEOs Defend Their Election Actions To The Senate
Mark Zuckerberg told Sen. Mike Lee, Utah Republican, that the company occasionally made "mistakes."
Twitter CEO Survives Elliott Ax as Company Offers Concessions
Jack Dorsey has been serving as chief executive since founding the social media platform in 2006.
Twitter Shares Fall on Slowing User Growth in Q3
Twitter beat estimates on the top and bottom lines but daily active user growth of only 1 million disappointed investors.
Tech Execs Face Questions on Immunity Law
The heads of Facebook, Twitter, and Google said changes to Section 230 could change how they moderate content.
Twitter Bitcoin Hack Caused by Phone-Based Phishing Attack
The attack exploited human vulnerabilities to gain access to its internal systems.
Major Twitter Accounts Hacked for Bitcoin Scam
Twitter says "a coordinated social engineering attack ... successfully targeted some of our employees with access to internal systems and tools.”
U.S. Tech Companies Decline Hong Kong Data Requests
Hong Kong’s controversial new security laws require internet companies to provide user data and can order content deletion.
Twitter to Appoint Former Google CFO as Chairperson
The appointment comes three months after Elliott Management hedge fund pressed for the ouster of Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey.
Twitter Makes Deal With Activist Investor Elliott
The agreement averts a battle over Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey's leadership but "lays the groundwork for eventually replacing" him.