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How WeWork’s CEO grew a $10 billion relationship with SoftBank CEO...

Wall Street is paying close attention to WeWork, as the global coworking-space giant is preparing to go public. One investor, Masayoshi Son of the powerful Japanese holding company SoftBank, has bet more than $10 billion that it will succeed. Business Insider had an extensive interview with WeWork's cofounder and CEO, Adam Neumann, at its Manhattan…

Facebook is building out its team of antitrust experts as one...

One of Facebook's cofounders wants to see the company broken up. The social network won't go down without a fight. On Thursday, Facebook cofounder Chris Hughes made headlines by arguing in an op-ed for The New York Times that the California technology giant had grown too large and powerful, and needed to be reined in…

Feds propose new rules on debt collectors’ repeat calls

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is proposing new rules to help curb debt collectors' repeated calls. Under the proposal, debt collectors would only be able to attempt to contact a borrower by telephone no more than seven times per week. If the collector reaches a consumer and speaks with them, the debt collector would have…

Venezuelans rally as opposition leader Guaido calls for uprising

Hundreds of Venezuelans rallied on Tuesday after opposition leader Juan Guaido called for a "military uprising" in his strongest move to take down President Nicolas Maduro since declaring himself interim president earlier this year.  Guaido, in a video posted on Twitter earlier on Tuesday, said he had started the "final phase" of his campaign to…

Trump, the oldest person to be elected president in US history,...

The day after former Vice President Joe Biden formally entered the 2020 Democratic presidential primary field, President Donald Trump took a jab at Biden's age and jokingly called himself "a young, vibrant man." Trump, 72, currently holds the record as the oldest person to take the office of the presidency at 70 years and 220…

Racism in football: Uefa president Aleksander Ceferin calls for referees to...

Racism in football: Would managers order players off the pitch?Uefa president Aleksander Ceferin says he will ask referees to be "brave" and stop matches where there is racial abuse from fans. Chelsea and England winger Callum Hudson-Odoi, 18, was subjected to abuse in games against Dynamo Kiev and Montenegro last month. "The moment a match…

‘Lawmakers often tell me we have too much power over speech,...

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is calling for more outside regulation in several areas in which the social media site has run into problems over the past few years: harmful content, election integrity, privacy and data portability. In an opinion piece Saturday in The Washington Post, Zuckerberg says governments and regulators rather than private companies like…

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