American associations want to prevent Elon Musk from buying Twitter

Several human rights NGOs have joined forces in the hope of preventing Elon Musk from buying Twitter, for fear that the multi-billionaire will allow toxic behavior to explode on the platform. “If we don’t block this operation, he will give a megaphone to demagogues and extremists, who (…) incite hatred, violence and harassment”, Nicole Gill, … Read more

Ex-Twitter boss ordered by Elon Musk to provide documents

Elon Musk has served ex-Twitter boss Jack Dorsey with an injunction to provide a whole series of documents, as part of the battle he launched to extricate himself from the $ 44 billion takeover deal of the social network. According to documents made public Monday, August 22, Jack Dorsey was ordered to give Elon Musk … Read more

Twitter shareholders to vote Sept. 13 on Musk takeover

The vote of Twitter shareholders on its acquisition by Elon Musk will take place on September 13, before the start of the lawsuit that the social network has brought against the richest man in the world in October. Twitter summoned its shareholders for a “special meetingby videoconference, according to official documents filed Tuesday with the … Read more

Consumer Confidence Picks Up in August, University of Michigan Says

Consumer confidence picked up more than expected in August in the United States, due to the improving outlook on the inflation front, which relieves low- and middle-income households, according to the preliminary estimate published on Friday. by the University of Michigan. The index stood at 55.1 points, up 7% from July, and higher than the … Read more

approval in the United States of an anti-influenza for children from five years old

US health authorities have approved the anti-influenza drug Xofluza for children from the age of five, a first for children of this age, the Swiss pharmaceutical group Roche announced on Friday August 12. The US drug agency, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), has given the green light to use this treatment for children aged … Read more

U.S. vaccine administration changed to increase number of doses

US health authorities on Tuesday authorized a new procedure for injecting the monkeypox vaccine which should make it possible to vaccinate more people with the same amount of product, at a time when doses are lacking in the country. The United States Medicines Agency (FDA) has also authorized the administration of the vaccine in individuals … Read more

record drop in productivity in the second quarter

Productivity in the United States suffered its biggest drop on record in the second quarter, while businesses saw labor costs rise the fastest since 1982, contributing to the high inflation the country is experiencing. From April to June, productivity fell 2.5% compared to the same period last year, according to the preliminary estimate released Tuesday … Read more

sleepless night for a black bear stuck in a car

A bear managed to sneak into a car in the rural state of Montana, but was unable to open the door to get out, remaining stuck in the vehicle all night. The plantigrade got into the blue car “a little after eleven o’clock at night“and stayed there”until seven in the morning“Explained last week Mike Pilati, … Read more

The United States wants to seize the Airbus of a Russian oligarch in Kazakhstan

The American authorities announced Monday August 8 that they wanted to seize in Kazakhstan the Airbus A319 of the Russian oligarch and parliamentarian Andrei Skotch, targeted by American and European sanctions in the wake of Moscow’s outbreak of the war in Ukraine. American justice obtained a “mandate” for the “seizureof this private Airbus A319-100 belonging … Read more

the owners of the restaurant “Peper” deplore a new scourge in Belgium

Published on Sunday, August 7, 2022 at 5:57 p.m. Stefanie and Philip have already paid the price of malicious people. The owners of the restaurant “Peper” complain about the situation. It is unfortunately a habit for many of us: consult reviews on the internet before going to a restaurant. But some people do it for … Read more