As More Companies Pause Twitter Ads, Will the Platform Be Forced to Change?

The Wall Street Journal

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Today's News

Although some news is positive, such as crows being found to be smarter than we think, other news is less so. Trump aide Hope Hicks is set to testify at a grand jury probing Mar-a-Lago documents, for example, and European Union officials are seeking an exemption from U.S. rules on EV tax breaks. Here's a look at today's top stories.


  1. Crows are often seen as pests, but a new study shows that they may be smarter than we think.

  2. Trump aide John Bolton is set to testify before a grand jury in the investigation into potential ties between the Trump campaign and Russia.

  3. A growing number of companies are pausing their Twitter advertising amid scrutiny of the platform's handling of hate speech and misinformation.

  4. Supply-chain tech provider Project44 has delayed its potential public offering, citing market conditions.

  5. The messy unwinding of the global order that has been underway for the past few years is showing no signs of abating.

  6. Lyft is planning to lay off hundreds of staffers as the company looks to cut costs.

  7. Europe is seeking an exemption from U.S. rules that would provide tax breaks for electric vehicles.

  8. Alabama's three largest newspapers will stop printing next year, citing declining revenues and readership.

  9. Airbnb says its focus on brand marketing instead of search is working, as the company looks to attract more business travelers.