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Twitter May Be Looking At Subscriptions to Boost Revenue

Twitter may be looking at subscription options in an effort to boost revenue and offset sluggish ad sales.

Elected Officials Are Not Worried About The Little People, Says Landry’s CEO Tilman Fertitta
Elected Officials Are Not Worried About The Little People, Says Landry’s CEO

Billionaire restaurant entrepreneur and Landry’s CEO Tilman Fertitta has had it with governors and mayors and their inconsistent “yo-yo” shutdown orders on his restaurants and the economy.

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WhatsApp Business Sees Ten-Fold Growth

WhatsApp has reported it now has some 50 million users of its WhatsApp Business app.

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Discord Pivots to Chat, Downplays Gaming

Discord is working on repositioning itself as a chat platform, rather than a gaming messaging platform.

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The New York Times Parts Ways With Apple News

The New York Times has become one of the first major media outlet to pull out of its deal with Apple News, citing conflicting strategies.

High-Profile Companies Join Facebook Advertising Boycott

Multiple high-profile companies have joined the ranks of those boycotting Facebook advertising over racist and violent content.

T-Mobile Extends T-Mobile Tuesdays to Sprint Customers

T-Mobile took another step toward welcoming Sprint customers to the magenta family by giving them access to T-Mobile Tuesdays deals.

Facebook Will Allow Users to Hide Political Ads

Facebook has made a major change to how it handles political ads, giving users the ability to hide them for the first time ever.

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Just Eat Takeaway Buying Grubhub For $7.3 Billion

European-based Just Eat Takeaway has entered a definitive agreement to buy Grubhub for $7.3 billion.

Trump Signs Executive Order Targeting Social Media Companies

President Trump signed an executive order targeting social media giants, following a spat with Twitter.