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Consumer Price Index Has The Smallest Rise Since January

The Consumer Price Index increased 0.4% for the month and 7.7% from a year ago. That’s the smallest rise since January and lower than estimates.

 | By Bianca Facchinei

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Musk Ends Remote Work At Twitter, Warns Of Troubles Ahead

Musk told employees "the priority over the past 10 days" was to develop and launch Twitter's new subscription service for $7.99 a month.

 | By Associated Press

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Fake Lebron, Schefter Accounts Among Those Tweeting Non-News

People are making fake Twitter accounts pretending to be athletes, celebrities and reporters after the verified "blue check" became available to buy.

 | By Associated Pressand Newsy Staff

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Cryptocurrencies Plummet As Binance Scraps Deal For Rival Exchange FTX

The price of Bitcoin dropped more than 13% to its lowest level since November 2020, according to CoinDesk. Ethereum also shed 13% of its value.

 | By Associated Pressand Newsy Staff

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Slightly More Americans Applied For Jobless Benefits Last Week

Fed officials have admitted that part of their strategy is to loosen up the U.S. job market, which has been adding jobs at a furious pace.

 | By Associated Press

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Musk Seeks To Reassure Advertisers On Twitter After Chaos

Twitter began adding gray labels to prominent accounts to indicate that they are authentic. A few hours later, the labels started disappearing.

 | By Associated Press

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U.S. Consumer Inflation Eased To 7.7% Over Past 12 Months

The Federal Reserve is widely expected to keep raising interest rates to try to stem persistently high price increases.

 | By Associated Pressand Bianca Facchinei

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Elon Musk Sells $3.95 Billion Worth Of Tesla Stock

Musk sold 19.5 million shares of the electric car company from Nov. 4 to Nov. 8, according to the Securities and Exchange Commission.

 | By Associated Press

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Facebook Parent Company Meta Cuts 11,000 Jobs, 13% Of Workforce

Meta, like other social media companies, has seen revenue growth begin to falter from pandemic highs.

 | By Associated Pressand Newsy Staff

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Twitter To Add 'Official' Mark To Verified Big Accounts

Twitter's gray "official" label is part of the overhaul of the platform's verification system that has been in place since 2009.

 | By Associated Press