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Elon Musk wants Twitter to turn a profit, but his plan to charge users $7.99 per month for a blue checkmark has already seen a lot of public backlash. ...
The New York Times devoted 2,598 words to investigating Elon Musk's first few weeks at Twitter, telling readers about how the tech exec's moves prompted vomiting. ...
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A pharmaceutical company lost billions in stock valuation after a fake Twitter account tweeted that insulin was free in the latest debacle from Elon Musk's acquisition of the social media company. Eli Lilly and Company has been criticized by many for profiting from high insulin pricing, but the ... ...

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