Gautam Adani, founder of Adani Group, on September 16, briefly became the second richest person on the world. Adani’s net worth stood at a staggering $155.7 billion (12.37 lakh crore). With this, the 60-year-old Indian businessman surpassed Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, French tycoon Bernard Arnault and others. Meanwhile, Tesla founder Elon Musk retains the top spot as the richest man in the world, with a net worth of $264 billion.
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After overtaking Louis Vuitton's owner, Indian business tycoon Gautam Adani has become the world's second richest man. On September 16, Forbe's Real-time Billionaire's list was released, which named Adani Groups with USD 153.9 billion net worth. Notably, previously in the second position, Bernard Arnault's net worth now stands at USD 153.7 billion. As per Forbe's the Indian businessman just behind Tesla CEO Elon Musk, who has over USD 253… read-more
Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk said that Twitter should put more effort into tackling bots and spam on its platform and not in serving subpoenas to his friends. On September 7, the dig came after Musk's friend David Sacks has already lost a bid to quash a Twitter subpoena. Notably, David shared controversial tweets aimed at the micro-blogging platform that included an image of a middle finger.
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Elon Musk criticized certain environmentalists on August 27 for being "anti-human" when it comes to growing nuclear power output, which might eventually replace fossil fuels. "It is insane from a national security standpoint and bad for the environment to shut them down," Musk tweeted. A Twitter user responded, claiming that nuclear is… read-more
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Elon Musk has asked court to subpoena former Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey in order to withdraw from USD 44 billion deal to purchase Twitter. The trial date for Musk and Twitter's court hearing is scheduled for October 17, which will determine whether or not Twitter may compel Musk to complete the transaction. The court document, which was filed to Dorsey, request records… read-more
Elon Musk tweeted that Parag Agrawal-led Twitter is avoiding sharing information on the actual number of bot and spam accounts on the microblogging platform. He further added, his lead team sought documents from advertising technology firms working for the micro-blogging platform, regarding the audit of the user on the platforms. Musk questioned the audit practice of the platform and asked for relevant documents.
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Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla, said in a tweet on August 17 that he was joking when he mentioned purchasing English soccer team Manchester United Plc. "No, this is a long-running Twitter joke. I’m not buying any sports teams," Musk stated when questioned by a user if he was serious about buying the club. Musk is known for his quirky and… read-more
Following his failed Twitter deal, which landed the Tesla CEO in a legal dispute, Elon Musk announced on August 17 that he is purchasing the English football club Manchester United. The implication of this news has Manchester United humming, however, it's impossible to tell how serious Musk's tweets are. His post drew a massive response. … read-more
A court order dated August 15 requires Twitter must provide records from a former Twitter executive who Musk claims were a major player in determining number of false accounts on Twitter. Chancellor Kathaleen McCormick ordered Twitter to gather, examine, and submit records from former General Manager of Consumer Product Kayvon Beykpour. In her ruling, McCormick denied Musk's request for access to 21 other persons who have access to pertinent… read-more
Elon Musk's lookalike has stunned the internet with his striking resemblance to the SpaceX and Tesla founder. The man known as Yi Long Musk after his recordings became viral on social media sites is Chinese. The 8-second video, which was shared on Instagram on June 1 by a user called Udubria Isaac, has already received over 17 million views. "Low… read-more
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