December, 05 2022

🍿 Nike Severs Ties With Kyrie

Nike has officially ended its relationship with Brooklyn Nets player Kyrie Irving, ending a collaboration between the two that resulted in one of the most popular sneaker lines that the company has ever launched.

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⚖️ Court Could Challenge LGBTQ Rights

The Supreme Court began hearing arguments today in a case brought to the court by a Colorado-based web designer who argues her first amendment rights shield her from having to provide services to LGBTQ clients.

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💻 Butterfield Leaves Salesforce

Slack CEO Stewart Butterfield will step down in January and leave Salesforce. Butterfield joined Salesforce in 2020 when the company acquired Slack.

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💻 GameStop Layoffs

GameStop reportedly began laying off staff today, impacting a team working on building a blockchain wallet feature and teams in eCommerce products and Engineering.

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⚖️ Arizona Certifies Election Results

Arizona officials certified the state's vote canvass today, officially declaring the winners of the high-profile gubernatorial and Senate races in the results of the midterm elections. High-profile GOP figures responded, saying they would continue to challenge the results of the midterms in the state.

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⚖️ Michael Avenatti Sentenced

Michael Avenatti, the lawyer who shot to fame for representing Stormy Daniels, has been sentenced to 14 years in jail for stealing millions of dollars from clients. Avenatti was once seen as a rising star in the Democratic party for representing Daniels in her suit against former president Donald Trump.

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💻 Microsoft Workers Vote to Unionize

About 300 Quality Assurance testers at ZeniMax, which Microsoft owns, are organizing to form a union. The union would be Microsoft's first and the latest in the video gaming industry.

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🍿 Dahmer Series Breaks Records

The Ryan Murphy-directed series, \"Monster: Dahmer,\" became Netflix's third-ever title to cross one billion hours viewed. The series joins the likes of \"Squid Game\" and \"Stranger Things 4.\"

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⚖️ REAL ID Deadline Delayed Again

The Department of Homeland Security delayed the deadline to get a REAL ID by another two years. The REAL ID will eventually be required for US citizens over the age of eighteen to fly domestically.

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The producers of the film "Rust" named Bianca Cline as its cinematographer. The documentary will cover the death of the film's cinematographer Halyna Hutchins during production when a prop gun held by lead actor and producer Alec Baldwin misfired with a live round.
Entertainment
Tuesday, February 14, 2023

Rust Documentary Is Moving Full Speed Ahead

The producers of the film "Rust" named Bianca Cline as its cinematographer. The documentary will cover the death of the film's cinematographer Halyna Hutchins during production when a prop gun held by lead actor and producer Alec Baldwin misfired with a live round.
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Green light for Rust documentary

  • The producers of the film “Rust” announced that they had found a cinematographer to continue the production of the film after it was halted when the former cinematographer Halyna Hutchins was shot and killed in an on-set accident.
  • The producers announced in October that the film would be completed in Hutchins’ honor and that a documentary would be made about the completion of the film.
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Meta is reportedly planning a new round of layoffs that are expected to happen sometime in March.
Technology
Tuesday, February 14, 2023

Meta May Be Planning Further Layoffs

Meta is reportedly planning a new round of layoffs that are expected to happen sometime in March.
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Here we go again

  • Meta is preparing for a new round of job cuts that are expected to take place in March and will affect an unknown number of people.
  • In November, Meta laid off about 13% of its workforce.
  • Meta is one of the few tech companies to expand on earlier layoffs from 2022, and CEO Mark Zuckerberg promised that 2023 will be a year of "efficiency."
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January inflation was higher than expected, sparking fears that the Federal Reserve may enact further interest rate hikes.
January inflation was higher than expected, sparking fears that the Federal Reserve may enact further interest rate hikes.
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Higher than expected

  • Consumer prices rose 0.5% in January, according to the Labor Department’s consumer price index, which was higher than experts expected.
  • The Federal Reserve may issue a more aggressive hike in the coming months to slow inflation.
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