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NBC’s betting partner Pointsbet not taking out Super Bowl ads as its stock flags

NBC execs might be basking in the limelight of broadcasting the Super Bowl this weekend, but honchos at their official sports-betting partner —...

Class-action lawsuit claims Apple Watch poses ‘slice’ risk

The Apple Watch can leave consumers with serious injuries, according to a class-action lawsuit. One man claims his forearm was “severely sliced” by...

Tesla has reportedly stopped taking Model S and Model X orders outside North America

Tesla has announced it has stopped taking new orders for its flagship Model X and Model S outside North America, Electrek reported on Friday. According...

Starbucks workers vote to unionize Buffalo, New York store

Starbucks workers at a store in Buffalo, New York, voted to unionize on Thursday, over the company’s objections, marking a first for the...

Instagram boss Adam Mosseri grilled at Congressional hearing

Instagram boss Adam Mosseri took the hot seat Wednesday to defend the social media app from growing bipartisan anger over its potential harm...

Nielsen TV ratings exec faced ethics probe over affair with company lawyer

TV-ratings firm Nielsen hired outside lawyers in September to investigate its No. 2 executive for having an affair with a company lawyer, The...

Eric Adams is taking advice from Miami’s mayor on Twitter and crypto

Mayor-Elect Eric Adams is looking to raise his Twitter game — and has turned to Miami Mayor Francis Suarez for help, On The...

Eating disorder posts still thrive on Instagram despite claims of a crackdown

Instagram is still plagued with disturbing eating disorder images that appear to violate the photo app’s rules — months after parent company Meta...

Data shows Twitter employees donate more to Democrats by wide margin

A stunning 99 percent of online political contributions made by Twitter employees in 2021 went to Democrats, according to Federal Election Commission data. Twitter...

Billionaires use ‘Uber for private jets’ to avoid climate shaming

It’s awkward flying private. The ultra-wealthy and corporations are increasingly turning to Uber-like private jet sharing companies to maintain their climate credibility and avoid...

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