Tencent, China’s social network and gaming giant, said it had fired more than 100 employees on suspicion of graft. The Chinese tech giant said that it investigated 60 cases since the last quarter of 2019 and turned 40 employees to police for investigation. The revelations come against a backdrop of the government’s nationwide years-long anticorruption drive that has netted government...
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Musk Leaves Twitter Staff Without Equity Plan as Deadline Looms
Shortly after Elon Musk bought Twitter last fall, he promised Twitter staff that they could look forward to the kind of stock rewards employees at SpaceX—another private company Musk runs—enjoy. But as Musk’s ownership of Twitter nears the end of its third month, he has yet to release details of the new stock compensation plan, according to several employees. Employees at...
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