Donald Trump’s suspension from Facebook and Instagram will remain in place for another two years, the company said Friday. The announcement comes after the Oversight Board last month criticized Facebook’s indefinite ban of Trump’s accounts over comments about the Capitol riots as “indeterminate and standardless.” The board asked Facebook to review the decision and offer clearer guidance. In...
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Instacart Cuts Staff, Curbs Hiring in Run-up to IPO
Instacart has been letting go of staff, slowing hiring and curbing other expenses as it heads toward a public listing, when the grocery-delivery company will try to convince public investors that it can maintain its growth—and make a profit—as the economy slows. The San Francisco startup over the last two months has fired some of its more than 3,000 workers after holding midyear...
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