By Maria Ponnezhath and Samrhitha Arunasalam (Reuters) - Walt Disney Co said on Friday it has paused advertising on Elon Musk's social media site X. Lionsgate suspends advertising on X Lions Gate Entertainment has suspended advertising on Elon Musk-owned X, a spokesperson for

By Joe Skipper and Joey Roulette BOCA CHICA, Texas/NEW YORK (Reuters) - SpaceX's uncrewed spacecraft Starship, developed to carry astronauts to the moon and beyond, failed in space shortly after lifting off on Saturday, cutting short its second test but making

By Arsheeya Bajwa  (Reuters) - Elon Musk's SpaceX will be worth about $500 billion by 2030, billionaire investor Ron Baron said in an interview with CNBC on Friday. Baron, who according to CNBC owns more than $1 billion worth of shares in

By Sheila Dang (Reuters) - Social media researchers have canceled, suspended or changed more than 100 studies about X, formerly Twitter, as a result of actions taken by Elon Musk that limit access to the social media platform, nearly a dozen

By Akash Sriram and Mrinmay Dey (Reuters) - Elon Musk's artificial intelligence startup xAI will release its first AI model to a select group on Saturday, the billionaire and Tesla CEO said on Friday. This comes nearly a year after OpenAI's ChatGPT

By Zaheer Kachwala  (Reuters) - Elon Musk's social media platform X, formerly known as Twitter, rolled out two new subscription plans on Friday, including a Premium+ tier for users willing to pay for an ad-free experience. The Premium+ plan, priced at about

By Yuvraj Malik and Akash Sriram (Reuters) - Social media platform X, formerly known as Twitter, is launching an early version of video and audio calling for some users, according to chief technology officer and owner Elon Musk, as the billionaire

By Supantha Mukherjee and GursimranKaur Mehar (Reuters) - Elon Musk said on Friday social media platform X, formerly known as Twitter, will soon launch two new tiers of premium subscriptions. "One is lower cost with all features, but no reduction in ads,

By Hyunjoo Jin, Akash Sriram and Joseph White (Reuters) - Tesla CEO Elon Musk said on Wednesday that he was concerned about the impact of high interest rates on car buyers, adding the electric vehicle maker was hesitating on its plans