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Elon Musk Says Twitter Deal At Lower Price “Not Out of the Question”

Elon Musk last week said his bid to buy Twitter was “temporarily on hold” Miami: Elon Musk stoked speculation that he could seek to renegotiate his takeover of Twitter Inc., saying a viable deal at a lower price wouldn’t be “out of the question.” Twitter shares fell 8.2 per cent at the close of trading …

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Start up solo, or bring on a co-founder? 4 factors to consider – TechCrunch

Russ Heddleston Contributor Russ Heddleston is Head of Commercial, DocSend at Dropbox. More posts by this contributor Essential steps to thriving and surviving while fundraising Pre-seed round funding is under scrutiny: Is VC pandemic posturing here to stay? Every journey to entrepreneurship is unique. I find the world of startups fascinating because the desire to …

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Mobile roller rink coming to downtown Cincinnati

CINCINNATI — Frisch’s is celebrating its 75th anniversary by bringing a popular pastime back to Cincinnati. The Cincinnati Center City Development Corporation (3CDC) announced a three-year partnership with the chain that will bring a mobile roller rink downtown. The Frisch’s Roller Rink will open Memorial Day Weekend on Court Street Plaza and pop up at …

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Kolkata Chai’s next cup includes a taste of venture funding – TechCrunch

Co-founded by brothers Ani and Ayan Sanyal, Kolkata Chai wants to be “the place to get good chai” in the United States. It’s a big market. The Sanyal brothers estimate the national tea market represents a $12.7 billion business per year. To chase after it, the duo tells TechCrunch that Kolkata is about to embark …

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Seagen co-founder, CEO resigns after allegations of domestic violence

The chief executive of Seagen, Washington’s largest biotech firm, resigned Monday after allegations of domestic violence against him came to light. Clay Siegall, who also served as chairperson of the company, was arrested April 23 at the Edmonds-area home he shared with his wife. Police contend Siegall, 61, assaulted his wife early that morning during …

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Elon Musk says he might try to renegotiate the $44B Twitter deal for less

Placeholder while article actions load SAN FRANICSCO — Elon Musk could seek a lower price for Twitter, he said at a conference Monday, just days after tweeting his $44 billion bid for the site was “temporarily on hold.” Speaking in a closed-door session at the All-In Summit in Miami, a conference with tech founders and …

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Wata Games Sued Over Alleged Retro Games Market Manipulation

Wata Games and Heritage Auctions co-founder Jim Halperin has now become the focus of a class-action lawsuit claiming that they’ve manipulated the retro games market for personal gain. The filing was made in California by clients that previously employed Wata for its grading services and alleges that Wata has been artificially inflating the prices of …

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NYC pediatrician Dyan Hes shares ways to get through baby formula shortage

Dr. Dyan Hes, a pediatrician in New York City, joined “Fox and Friends Weekend” on Saturday to discuss today’s baby formula shortage — and to share ways for parents to get through this shortage. Her office, she said, participates in telemedicine—and she noted that roughly half the queries today are about the baby formula shortage. …

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FDA announces it will make it easier to import some baby formulas to ease shortage

CNN — The US Food and Drug Administration said Monday that it is making it easier to import certain infant formulas as it works to address a nationwide shortage. The US ordinarily produces 98% of the infant formula it uses, with imported formula primarily coming from Mexico, Ireland and the Netherlands, the agency said in …

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