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Jeff Bezos Rumored To Buy Washington Commanders

Earlier this week reports circulated that Amazon founder Jeff Bezos was considering selling the Washington Post in order to buy NFL football team the Washington Commanders, but a new report says he’s not selling the newspaper. Jeff Bezos selling the Washington Post to buy the Commanders? Back in November 2022,

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Twitter Ultimatum: Employees Exit in Droves, Lockouts, Predictions of Doom

After Elon Musk issued an “extremely hardcore” work ultimatum, employees are reportedly leaving in droves. Twitter has closed its offices, locking out staff, and one remaining employee predicts a rapid end for the platform. Twitter employees head for the exits after Musk gives “extremely hardcore” work ultimatum New Twitter owner

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Powerball Jackpot Hits $1 Billion for Monday, Your Odds

For only the second time in history, the Powerball Jackpot has reached $1 billion after no one picked a winning ticket in Saturday’s drawing. Now thousands of Americans are lining up for Monday night’s massive Jackpot. Do you feel lucky? Powerball jackpot reaches $1 billion Saturday saw the fifth-largest jackpot

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Woman Buys Mansion After Crypto Firm Accidentally Sends Her $10M

One woman really thought her crypto investment was paying off after a cryptocurrency firm mistakenly wired her $10.4 million. She immediately bought a mansion for her sister and gave money to five other people. Crypto firm pitched by Matt Damon accidentally sends woman $10 million You might remember actor Matt

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U.S. Officially Enters a Recession

The United States met the standard metric for a recession this week, which is defined as a fall in GDP in two successive quarters. After the economy shrank a second time, the Fed raised interest rates, resulting in a major plunge in the housing market. US enters recession with second

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