Exchanges and entities regulated by the state have to put a pause on certifying new cryptocurrencies as compliant until they submit updated policies to state regulators.
They're ramping up content moderation.
SBF, one of the most high-profile names in crypto, has been convicted in one of "biggest financial frauds in American history."
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Workers have had more than a year to reconsider work-life balance or career paths.
«What's happening: Workers have had more than a year to reconsider work-life balance or career paths, and as the world opens back up, many of them will give their two weeks' notice and make those changes they’ve been dreaming about.»
The social media company, known for its adult content, is talking to SPACs.
«OnlyFans has held talks with multiple blank check companies, or SPACs, about a merger to take it public, sources tell Axios.»
A total of $27 million was funneled into the company without the newsroom's knowledge.
Company leverages it for payouts in emerging markets
Canada's housing market is one of the world's hottest, with prices jumping by more than 20% in 2021.
Zoning changes are presented as a way to increase affordable housing, but risk backlash.
It's the company's second round of layoffs since last November.
Weiss has more than doubled the number of paid subscribers to her newsletter since last August.
Thiel is the tech industry's highest-profile Trump supporter, and also on the board of Facebook.
The poster child for Silicon Valley hubris will likely face jail time. She was found not guilty on several charges relating to patients.
One VC firm, founded by Peter Thiel, has found itself at the center of the SVB storm.
Trump views Pence as not fighting hard enough for him.
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In a poll, 70% of top executives say they're burned out.
Allies want to empower him to purge potentially thousands of civil servants.
The rising power and prominence of the nation's loudest, meanest voices distort our reality.
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All signs suggest growth is weakening, but hasn’t fallen off of a cliff — yet.
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