Elon Musk said the issue of Twitter potentially being taken off Apple’s App Store was a “misunderstanding” after a meeting with Tim Cook, Apple’s CEO. But another issue—Apple’s 30 percent fee for in-app purchases—remains.
The U.S. House of Representatives passed a bill to avert a rail strike yesterday after President Joe Biden urged Congress to act against the wishes of most union members, who were planning to strike over paid sick leave.
Alibaba founder Jack Ma has been living in Tokyo for the past six months, reports say. The Chinese billionaire largely disappeared from the public eye in late 2020 following his clash with Chinese authorities.
President Joe Biden is calling on Congress to pass legislation adopting a labor agreement between U.S. rail workers and management that was voted down by most union members, who are pushing for paid sick days.
Ireland’s privacy regulator fined Meta $276 million for a data scraping leak that impacted more than 500 million people back in 2019. This is the third fine Meta has received from the group in 15 months, totaling $900 million for the company.
From a shocking FIFA docuseries and a heartwarming documentary about the Mars rover to a great Chadwick Boseman performance and a quirky sci-fi movie, this week has everything for your streaming pleasure.