In a March meeting with a staffer for an unnamed Senator, members of Google’s government affairs team in Washington, D.C. wanted to know how the company could repair its reputation with the Senator’s office, according to a report Wednesday from Bloomberg. A Google spokesperson denied to Bloomberg that the episode took place. It comes as Google is working to revamp its image in Washington,...
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MoonPay CEO, Other Executives Cashed Out Before Crypto Business Dropped
In November 2021, just as crypto prices were hitting all-time highs, MoonPay—a crypto payments startup that celebrities including Jimmy Fallon and Paris Hilton had praised for its non-fungible token “concierge” service—announced it had completed its first ever outside fundraising: an eye-popping $555 million round at a $3.4 billion valuation from investors including...
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