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Twitter v. Musk: Why the Court of Chancery Will Never Order Specific Performance.

Text size A court could compel Tesla chief executive Elon Musk to purchase Twitter, but could it compel him to operate it in the best interest of shareholders? Al Drago/Bloomberg About the author: Carliss Chatman is an associate professor at Washington and Lee University School of Law. When Elon Musk decided to terminate his $44 …

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Opinion: Is Mark Zuckerberg taking the first step toward turning Facebook into Yahoo 2.0?

Yahoo was once the most popular website on the planet, the only place that everyone on the internet seemed to touch at least once an online session. After an ignominious slide, however, Yahoo is just another site that has some fans in certain parts of Asia and offers some niche products. Has Mark Zuckerberg launched …

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A 3-Day Tech Earnings Deluge Begins. Here Are the Key Issues to Track.

Text size Microsoft and a slew of other tech giants are set to report earnings this week. Jeenah Moon/Getty Images Over the next three days, investors will be bombarded by June quarter earnings reports from the sector’s biggest and most important players. on tuesday, Microsoft (ticker: MSFT) and Alphabet (GOOGL) will report results. on wednesday, …

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Elon Musk’s Effort to Terminate Twitter Deal Puts Pressure on CFO

Elon Musk’s bid to terminate the acquisition of Twitter Inc. is complicating matters for Ned Segal, the social media company’s finance chief, who is battling a decline in its share price as well as higher costs. mr. Musk on Friday said he planned to abandon a $44 billion deal struck in April for Twitter because …

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