Elon Musk blasts Wikipedia after it suspends edits of ‘recession’ page

Elon Musk hit out at Wikipedia on Friday for “losing its objectivity” after the online encyclopedia blocked users from editing its “recession” page — prompting accusations that it was running cover for the Biden administration. Musk, the Tesla CEO and the world’s richest person with an estimated net worth of $263 billion, tagged Wikipedia co-founder Jimmy Wales in a tweet on Friday....

Nicole Shanahan is a pawn in Elon Musk & Sergey Brin’s ‘billionaire playboy games’: sources

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Ex-soldier Mark Neace earned $700K coaching ‘League of Legends’ gamers

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Elon Musk responds to ‘meritless’ Twitter suit, says he wants to push trial back to 2023

Elon Musk told a judge Friday that he needs until next year to respond to Twitter’s “meritless” claims that the mogul tried to scuttle the $44 billion deal to buy the social media platform.  Musk’s attorneys accused Twitter of fudging the figures over fake accounts and want the trial pushed back until at least Feb. 13, 2023, to gather information over the...
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