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Moneywatch - CBSNews.com
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Elon Musk and Twitter: Is he in over his head?
The man behind cutting-edge companies Tesla and SpaceX recently bought Twitter for $44 billion. What followed has been a chaotic period for the social media platform (and its advertisers), as the modern-day "town square" has been shaken to its core.
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Is Elon Musk in over his head?
Elon Musk, the man behind cutting-edge companies Tesla and SpaceX, recently bought Twitter for $44 billion. What followed has been a chaotic period for the social media platform, during which Musk has invited back some users who had previously been banned or otherwise restricted; fired employees en masse; and rolled back content moderation. To what end? Correspondent Luke Burbank talks with tech journalist Kara Swisher and cybersecurity expert Alex Stamos about Musk's impact on the company so far.
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OPEC maintains oil targets amid uncertainty over Russian sanctions
The OPEC oil cartel and allied producers including Russia aren't changing their targets for shipping oil to the global economy.
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Strong job numbers report could signal additional rate hikes from Federal Reserve
With the Labor Department on Friday reporting stronger November job numbers than expected, the Federal Reserve could react with yet another interest rate hike in an effort to curb inflation. Skyler Henry has the details.
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