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Tesla investors have been increasingly concerned about the time that Musk is devoting to turning around Twitter.
New Twitter boss, billionaire Elon Musk, moved swiftly to clean house after taking over for $44 billion on Oct. 27, cutting half the social media company's workforce last week.
The federal WARN Act requires businesses with 100 or more employees to provide 60 days' notice before engaging in mass layoffs.
Nathan Faleide has spent about 20 years in agribusinesses, helping farmers use aerial and satellite imagery in precision farming. Now, he’s started “Boundri,” a business that prints those images on novelty items including travel mugs, play rugs and functional or wall hangings, based on views of farmland anywhere in the U.S. and Canada.
Kyiv's reaction to his takeover of Twitter also contrasted sharply with Moscow's, where the deputy chair of Russia's Security Council, Dmitry Medvedev, tweeted his congratulations to Musk on Friday.
The self-described "free speech absolutist" said in May he would reverse Twitter's ban on Donald Trump, who was removed from the site in January last year over the risk of further incitement of violence after the storming of the Capitol.

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Europol added in a report that terror groups may, in the future, use virtual worlds for propaganda, recruitment and training.
Mark Mills, co-founder of a software-centric energy-tech venture fund, will speak at Richard H. Barry Hall on Wednesday, Nov. 2.
In 2022, as Jon Bertsch’s 10th farming season draws to a close, he not only is fully entrenched in agriculture but also running commercial trucking, food truck and technology businesses while he dabbles in agritourism.

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