Twitter's legal team claimed that Elon Musk's "purported termination" of the $44 billion buyout deal is "invalid and wrongful" in a filing with the SEC Sunday.
Twitter is lawyering up to prepare to sue Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk over his move to drop the $44 billion bid to purchase the company over fake account issues.
Google Ads temporarily suspended the account of BRAVE Books, a conservative children's book publisher, after it released a book about the Trump-Russia collusion narrative.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk claimed that the forthcoming economic recession is "actually a good thing" and a "rude awakening" for "fools" that have been receiving money "for too long."
Facebook's parent company Meta warned employees Thursday they cannot discuss abortion on the internal platform Workplace, saying such discussions can "leave people feeling like they're being targeted."
A former SpaceX flight attendant accused Telsa CEO Elon Musk of exposing himself to her and propositioning her for sex in exchange for a horse, according to a new report. Musk reportedly denied the sexual assault allegation and called the story a "politically motivated hit piece."
The average price of gas in the U.S. reached a new record high in the days after the Biden administration canceled a 1-million-acre oil lease and as Senate Republicans blame the administration for blocking companies' ability to drill in the Gulf of Mexico.
A Biden administration rule threatens Americans' retirement funds by prioritizing 'speculative and immaterial risks' from climate change over real returns, attorneys general and treasurers from 24 states wrote in a letter challenging the proposal.
The national average cost of a gallon of gasoline reached a new record high Wednesday, according to AAA.