What was there before the wheel, like the wheel? Nothing. And before the iPhone, similar to the iPhone? Very little. Was there anything similar to Threads before Threads? Yes, Twitter. This simple philological equation alone would be enough to close the

A perfect disaster. There are no other words to define Twitter's first year under Elon Musk's control, which has characterised the platform by the many changes it has made. First of all, the name change: goodbye Twitter and welcome X, the app for

By Kanishka Singh WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Twitter violated contracts by failing to pay millions of dollars in bonuses that the social media company, now called X Corp, had promised its employees, a federal judge ruled on Friday. Mark Schobinger, who was Twitter's

By Fernando Cardoso and Gabriel Araujo SAO PAULO (Reuters) - Brazilian first lady Rosangela 'Janja' Lula da Silva said on Tuesday she will sue Elon Musk-owned social media platform X, formerly known as Twitter, after having her account hacked last week. The

By Siddharth Cavale and Sheila Dang (Reuters) - Walmart said on Friday it is not advertising on social media platform X, one of the latest brands to say it has dropped the Elon Musk-owned site. "We aren't advertising on X as we've

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 Samrhitha Arunasalam (Reuters) - Elon Musk's X illegally fired an employee in retaliation for her internet posts challenging its return-to-office policy, the U.S. labor board alleged on Friday. In the complaint, a regional director of the U.S. National Labor Relations Board

By Mike Scarcella (Reuters) - Elon Musk's X Corp, facing its own legal claims over unpaid rent, has sued a financial services company to recoup more than $713,500 in allegedly past due rent and other fees stemming from a sublease agreement

By Sheila Dang and Dawn Chmielewski (Reuters) - Social media platform X could turn a profit in early 2024, Chief Executive Officer Linda Yaccarino said on Wednesday, during a wide-ranging interview in which she defended the company's progress under billionaire owner