The European Union on Monday approved Microsoft’s $69 billion purchase of video game maker Activision Blizzard, deciding the deal won’t stifle competition for popular console titles like Call of Duty and accepting the U.S. tech company’s remedies to boost competition in cloud gaming.
An influencer who staged a California plane crash to make a YouTube video of himself parachuting to safety has agreed to plead guilty to obstructing the investigation by destroying the wreckage, the U.S. Justice Department said Thursday.
Elon Musk cannot back out of a settlement with securities regulators that was reached after his 2018 tweets claiming he had secured funding to take Tesla private caused the electric vehicle maker’s share price to jump and led to a temporary halt in trading, an appeals court ruled Monday.
In a move aimed at reducing costs, bipartisan lawmakers have introduced a new bill that would grant the U.S. Mint the authority to modify the metal content of coins. This proposal, if enacted, could potentially lead to significant savings for the U.S. government.
During his early days as a marriage counselor, psychologist Everett Worthington observed that many couples were holding onto grudges and grievances, and he recognized that they could only move forward if they forgave one another. This realization spurred him to dedicate decades of his academic career to studying the science of forgiveness.