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Jack Dorsey claims Twitter is performing poorly under Elon Musk  

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Jack Dorsey claims Twitter is performing poorly under Elon Musk  

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Nearly six months after Elon Musk took over Twitter, Twitter’s former and long-time CEO Jack Dorsey has made some unflattering comments about microblogging company’s performance under Musk’s regime. Dorsey said in his newly founded platform BlueSky that things at Twitter have been going southwards ever since Musk bought the micro-blogging company. He even went on to add that Twitter’s board should not have force the $44 Bn deal on the Tesla CEO when the latter sought to pull out from the deal. However, Dorsey supported Musk’s decision to delist Twitter and convert it into a private company, arguing that Twitter would have never survived as a public limited company.


Apple drops Lawsuit against Former Exec for Poaching Employees

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Apple has decided to drop a lawsuit against its former chip executive Gerard William whom the tech giant had accused of poaching employees. In a lawsuit that Apple had filed against William almost three years back, it accused him of secretly founding a startup Nuvia while still working for Apple and also accused him poaching employees. However, William denied these charges and, in fact, he himself accused the tech giant of secretly spying his text messages. Qualcomm later acquired Nuvia in 2021. Bloomberg claims that both parties have reached out-of-court settlement following which Apple filed a request to dismiss the suit against William.


WhatsApp rolls out ‘side-by-side’ feature on Android Tablets

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WhatsApp is reportedly testing yet another exciting feature, the one that will make the instant messaging app more user-friendly for users. According to WABetaInfo, this feature will enable users to switch between conversations without losing track of their current chats. This feature will presumably give users more control over WhatsApp interface on their Android tablets. Few days back, WhatsApp had also announced multi-device login feature, allows users to use the instant messaging platform on four additional devices apart from their existing phone.


Byju’s on Defensive after Income Tax raids

After slew of raids conducted by Enforcement Directorate barely 48 hours ago, Byju’s co-founder and CEO Raveendran Byju has defended his beleaguered edtech startup. In a e-mail written to the employees, Byju’s said that the edtech startup has brought enormous amount of foreign exchange reserves for the country. He further added that “as we are funded by more than 70 impactful investors who have satisfactorily done due diligence on our operation including all FEMA compliance. Byju’s CEO categorically mentioned about FEMA since Saturday’s raid were conducted under the provision of FEMA, which deals with foreign exchange management. Since one year, the edtech giant has been plagued with series of controversies, from late disclosure of its financial statement, mass layoffs, funding crunch to the current ED raids.

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