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The Verge's Nilay Patel, David Pierce, Alex Cranz, and Alex Heath discuss week two of Elon Musk as CEO of Twitter and Meta announcing job cuts.
Later in the show: What's next for Binance and FTX, a stretchable screen by LG Display, and the Surface Pro 9 review.
- Elon Musk tells Twitter staff to prepare for ‘difficult times ahead’ and ends remote work
- Read Elon Musk’s first email to Twitter employees
- Elon Musk offloads another $3.9 billion in Tesla shares
- Elon is putting Twitter at risk for billions in fines, says internal letter
- Elon Musk’s Twitter Blue with verification is now live
- Elon Musk's response to fake verified Elon Twitter accounts: a new permanent ban policy for impersonation
- Everyone knows you paid to be verified on Twitter
- Mario flipped off Twitter for nearly two hours with the blessing of Musk's 'verification'
- Twitter rolls back gray ‘official’ checks that popped up on high-profile accounts
- Twitter’s new double-check verification disappears, Elon Musk says he ‘killed it’
- Meta announces huge job cuts affecting 11,000 employees
- Binance won't bail out FTX, cites reports of 'mishandled customer funds'
- ‘I fucked up,’ says FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried in public apology
- Microsoft Surface Pro 9 (Intel) review: this is the one to buy
- LG Display's 'stretchable' prototype display could attach to skin, clothing, and furniture
- HP Pavilion Plus 14 review: a powerful, confusing OLED machine
- The Pixel Watch calorie bug is a reminder of why 'accuracy' isn't everything
- Razer made a customizable PS5 controller that — you guessed it — is very expensive
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