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Twitter hunts for documents showing possible connection between Elon Musk and former executive turned whistleblower Peiter ‘Mudge’ Zatko

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Twitter hunts for documents showing possible connection between Elon Musk and former executive turned whistleblower Peiter 'Mudge' Zatko

Twitter hunts for documents showing possible connection between Elon Musk and former executive turned whistleblower Peiter ‘Mudge’ Zatko

Peiter “Mudge” Zatko’s whistleblower complaint against Twitter has become a central issue in Twitter’s lawsuit against Elon Musk.

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There’s a ‘very high likelihood’ of a growth recession as the Fed’s inflation fight ramps up, Powell says. It means the end of the Great Resignation and fewer raises at work.

There’s a ‘very high likelihood’ of a growth recession as the Fed’s inflation fight ramps up, Powell says. It means the end of the Great Resignation and fewer raises at work.

The Fed is poised to keep raising interest rates well into 2023. “Times are going to get tougher from here,” strategist Seema Shah said.

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The UK lifted its ban on fracking to pursue energy independence as power bills soar, but experts say it's unlikely to help the energy crisis this winter

The UK lifted its ban on fracking to pursue energy independence as power bills soar, but experts say it’s unlikely to help the energy crisis this winter

The UK temporarily banned fracking in 2019 due to concerns about earth tremors from this process of extracting shale gas.

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The Fed is embracing a possible housing-market correction as a way to get ‘red-hot’ prices back to a more sustainable level

The Fed is embracing a possible housing-market correction as a way to get ‘red-hot’ prices back to a more sustainable level

The housing market is buckling under soaring mortgage rates and dwindling demand. The correction should help ease inflation, Fed Chair Powell said.

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