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Pear, now nearly 10 years old and with numerous hits, looks to close its biggest fund by far – TechCrunch

Pear, a Palo Alto, Ca.-based venture firm that we’ve been tracking since its outset in 2012, looks to be closing in on its fourth...

Facebook Has Been Monetizing Searches for the Buffalo Shooting Video

People searching on Facebook for footage of Saturday’s racist shooting rampage in Buffalo, N.Y., may have come across posts with footage of the attack...

Sustainability Index Drops Tesla, Prompting Insult from Musk

“You can’t have a racial equity lawsuit and be considered a top E.S.G. name,” she added.Passive index funds, which collectively direct about a third...

Your Bosses Could Have a File on You, and They May Misinterpret It

For decades, much of the federal government’s security-clearance-granting process has relied on techniques that emerged in the mid-twentieth century.“It’s very manual,” said Evan Lesser,...

Elon Musk Says a Lower Price for Twitter Is ‘Not Out of the Question’

Elon Musk threw another curveball at his takeover of Twitter on Monday.At a technology conference in Miami, Mr. Musk, the world’s richest man, said...

Cryptocurrencies Melt Down in a ‘Perfect Storm’ of Fear and Panic

Cryptocurrency prices also dropped precipitously. The price of Bitcoin fell as low as $26,000 on Thursday, down 60 percent from its peak in November,...

Will Crypto Play a Role in Funding Abortion Access?

“With privacy, it’s like, once it’s out, it’s out,” Professor Meiklejohn said.Dr. Rebecca Gomperts, a physician and the director of Women on Waves, a...

Two Twitter Leaders Are Leaving Company Following Musk Deal

SAN FRANCISCO — Twitter’s chief executive fired two top executives, froze most new hiring and said he was slashing spending on Thursday, as the...

The Milky Way’s Black Hole Comes to Light

Astronomers announced on Thursday that they had pierced the veil of darkness and dust at the center of our Milky Way galaxy to capture...

A law inviting Texans to sue social media companies over ‘censorship’ is back – TechCrunch

A controversial Texas law that would open social media companies up to lawsuits from aggrieved users just notched a surprise win. A trio of...

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