The U.K.'s competition regulator ordered Facebook’s parent company, Meta, to sell the animated image-sharing platform Giphy on Tuesday, a move that is set to unwind an 19 month-old acquisition and deal a blow to the recently rebranded company.
A group of 19 Senate Republicans and 13 House Republicans helped Democrats and President Joe Biden pass their $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill that includes no federal funding for infrastructure, such as a border wall, to reduce illegal immigration to the United States.
More than three in five Republicans polled by Morning Consult/Politico said they intend to regularly log on to former President Donald Trump's planned social media platform, TRUTH Social, but few Democrats said they’d join them, despite Trump saying they'll be welcome on the site.
Two SPACs run by the same CEO in charge of the company that’s bringing former President Donald Trump’s media company public are seeing their warrants soar 100%+ in early trading Monday, rising sharply for a second straight session.
Traders temporarily paused trading in the stock of SPAC business Digital World Acquisition Corp. on Thursday after its price surged on abnormally large trading volume following reports of a merger that would establish former President Donald Trump’s proposed social media platform.
A central figure in former US President Donald Trump’s bid to create a new social media platform is a Brazilian parliamentarian and self-proclaimed prince who has campaigned to restore elements of the monarchy that ended with the overthrow of Emperor Pedro II in 1889.
The share price of a special purpose acquisition company (SPAC) that plans to merge with a media group connected to former President Donald Trump quintupled on Thursday, following an announcement late Wednesday night that Trump planned to launch a new social media company.
Are red and blue America headed for a split? Lately, Dan Bongino has discussed the possibility on his daily podcast and radio show. Glenn Beck has mentioned it, too. It’s a focused topic of David Reaboi, whom Bongino cites.