The law firms that will fight the battle between Elon Musk and Twitter in Delaware

Laura Vita Mesa lvita@larepublica.com.co Tuesday, July 12, 2022 Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz and Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher will lead the legal teams of the two parties for the lawsuit …

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California braces for another day of deluges and is expected to increase on Monday

The rain It’s spreading through waterlogged Northern California, raising the risks of flooding and mudslides over the weekend, but the most damaging system will slam into the Bay Area on …

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Fired Twitter workers remain in severance limbo

The employees of Twitter Inc. who were fired shortly after Elon Musk took office they are still awaiting the details of their severance packages months after they were laid off, …

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McCarthy limits his power to court strict GOP supporters

House Republican Leader Kevin McCarthy failed for the seventh time to win a majority vote for the speakership despite offering concessions to his Republican detractors, including an easier way to …

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Tesla’s board of directors seeks to show that it is prepared for the loss of the CEO

Tesla Inc.’s board of directors is facing increasing pressure to show how prepared they are for the potential loss of Elon Musk, the erratic CEO largely behind the skyrocketing rise …

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These are the income received by the Holy See and Vatican businesses

The pope emeritus Benedict XVI passed away this Saturday, December 31, 2022, at the age of 95. The pontiff was not only the spiritual leader of the Catholic Church between …

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These are the income received by the Holy See and Vatican businesses

The pope emeritus Benedict XVI passed away this Saturday, December 31, 2022, at the age of 95. The pontiff was not only the spiritual leader of the Catholic Church between …

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Bond traders’ inflation outlook cools in 2022 after years

Bond traders have backtracked, over the course of this year, on their expectation of where US inflation will be in a decade, suggesting growing confidence that the 2022 consumer price …

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Will remote work continue in 2023?

If the US job market continues weakening next year, companies could stop allowing employees to work remotely. Executives generally split between two camps when it comes to working from home, …

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Republicans Intensify Targeted Campaign Against ESG by 2023

The investment strategy known as ESG is under attack, and virtually no one expects the backlash to abate. More than a dozen Republican state attorneys general have criticized ESG’s financial …

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