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Twitter investors sue Elon Musk over acquisition shenanigans

The world’s richest man isn’t above trying to get a discount, apparently. In a new lawsuit, Twitter shareholders are suing Elon Musk, alleging that he...

Disney+ releases trailer and premiere date for latest ‘Star Wars’ series ‘Andor,’ starring ‘Rogue One’ rebel hero

Disney+ released its first trailer for the upcoming series “Andor,” a prequel to “Rogue One.” It will premiere on the service on August 31...

Making room at the cap table: A new plan for promoting diversity in tech

Heather Fernandez Contributor Heather Fernandez is the CEO and co-founder of healthcare technology company Solv. She established Solv to transform the healthcare experience by shifting the...

Longtime Bitcoiner Dan Held says this ‘crypto winter’ won’t be as harsh as others

Bitcoin is hovering over its 52-week lows as the cryptocurrency markets continue their bearish posture. But some longtime market participants, like Dan Held, director...

America’s gun violence epidemic, in one chart

In the wake of yet another unspeakable tragedy, in which 19 children and two teachers were murdered by a gunman in a Texas elementary...

Starliner returns to Earth after a successful first trip to ISS

Boeing’s Starliner spacecraft has successfully touched down at the White Sands Missile Range in New Mexico after ferrying a load of supplies to the...

Unacademy tells employees to focus on profitability at all costs to ‘survive the winter’

Unacademy, one of the high-profile Indian startups, has urged its employees to learn how to work under constraint and focus on reaching profitability as...

Indigov lands more funding to connect besieged lawmakers and their oft-frustrated constituents

Republican lawmakers are facing growing anger over the deadliest mass shooting at an American school in nearly a decade yesterday, with many of their...

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A Pricing Experiment

A Pricing Experiment What if vocational programs cost students less than traditional academic programs? For the most part,vocational programs cost institutions much more to run.  They...

Notre Dame faces new questions about professor

Both the University of Notre Dame and John Gaski, an associate professor of marketing there, expressed regret last week that an article Gaski wrote...

Debt relief has public support, but will that be enough?

The political debate over whether President Biden should move to cancel some or all of the $1.7 trillion in student loan debt currently owed to...

Changing from college to university driven by image, prestige

Dominican College in Orangeburg, N.Y., was one of several colleges in the state working for the last several years to convince the state’s Board...