Apple CEO Tim Cook killed a planned Apple TV+ show loosely based on the now defunct site Gawker Media, according to The New York Times. Apple, and Cook personally, had been the target of Gawker’s aggressive coverage–most famously in 2008 when Gawker revealed that Cook was gay. Cook, of course, isn’t the first company chieftain to intervene in programming decisions. Hollywood studio...
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News tonight that Poshmark is selling itself to South Korea’s Naver, for just $1.2 billion—less than half Poshmark’s value when it went public early last year—signals that it’s not just private equity folks taking advantage of the stock market slump to shop for more reasonably-priced companies. Naver proclaims itself as South Korea’s biggest internet firm and promises that its search and AI...
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