Twitter CEO change: ‘The company had not really achieved its full vision,’ analyst says – Yahoo Money

Jefferies Analyst Brent Thill examines Twitter’s outlook as its stock continues to climb following confirmation that CEO Jack Dorsey will be stepping down and replaced by CTO Parag Agrawal.
The United Nations expressed concerns Monday over the forced closure of a Libya appeals court that is meant to decide whether the son of the late dictator Moammar Gadhafi can run for president. The UN mission to Libya said in a statement that it is following reports that an armed group had ‘violently obstructed’ the functioning of a court in the city of Sabha in the southwest of the country. Judges there are responsible for deciding on whether Seif al-Islam Gadhafi, the onetime heir apparent to his father, will be able to run for the country's top office, after he filed an appeal against a decision last week that barred him from taking part.
Claire Babineaux-Fontenot, CEO of the national Feeding America anti-hunger network, meets with Jay Worrall, president of a Pennsylvania food bank. Ben Hasty/MediaNews Group/Reading Eagle via Getty ImagesThe Chronicle of Philanthropy has released a list of the nation’s 100 nonprofits that garnered the most funding through charitable donations in 2020. These organizations received about US out of every donated over the course of the year. Shariq Siddiqui, David Campbell and Mirae Kim, three schola
A Muslims Giving Back volunteer delivers warm food to a homeless man in New York City in April 2020. P Photo/Wong Maye-EMuslim Americans gave more to charity in 2020 than non-Muslims, we found in a new study. They are also more likely to volunteer, we learned. Only 1.1% of all Americans are Muslim, and their average income is lower than non-Muslims’. But as we explained in our Muslim American Giving 2021 report, their donations encompassed 1.4% of all giving from individuals. U.S. Muslims, a hig
French far-right media pundit Eric Zemmour will announce on Tuesday that he will run for president in next year's election, his entourage said, adding another fiercely anti-immigration candidate to the field of challengers seeking to unseat President Emmanuel Macron.
Arlene Dahl, the actor whose charm and striking red hair shone in such Technicolor movies of the 1950s as “Journey to the Center of the Earth" and “Three Little Words,” has died at age 96. Dahl's son, actor Lorenzo Lamas, said in posts on Facebook and Instagram that she died Monday morning in New York. "I will remember her laughter, her joy, her dignity as she navigated the challenges that she faced," Lamas said.
Researchers are rewriting chronic pain science and what they are discovering is beginning to influence care, writes David Dobbs
The Omicron variant has more than 50 mutations, enhancing the virus' ability to infect the body.
The recently acquitted Kenosha shooter has pursued online nursing courses at the university
Meanwhile, Biden on Monday urged Americans to get vaccinated, obtain a booster shot, and wear masks in public places.
The twists, turns and oddities of the legal saga surrounding Jussie Smollett’s claim in 2019 that he was the target of a racist and homophobic attack in Chicago have culminated in an actual trial, which enters its first full day of testimony Tuesday. Initial charges brought in February 2019 that accused the former “Empire” actor of faking the assault were soon after tossed. The 39-year-old is charged under Illinois’ disorderly conduct statute, which encompasses a wide range of offenses, from making prank 911 calls to placing harassing calls as a debt collector.
Parag Agrawal, who took over Monday as the new head of Twitter, shot from relative obscurity as the platform's technology expert to becoming the latest India-born talent to lead a US tech giant.
The WHO has no legal authority to enforce its health guidelines in the U.S., experts told USA TODAY.
As the sex trafficking trial of Jeffrey Epstein’s former girlfriend, Ghislaine Maxwell, began on Monday, social media users were spreading false claims that the judge barred the press from the courtroom and prohibited livestreams to keep details from the public. In the high-profile case, Maxwell is accused of recruiting and grooming girls for Epstein, who killed himself after his arrest on sex trafficking charges of his own. Maxwell’s case comes on the heels of the trial of Kyle Rittenhouse in a Wisconsin state court, which was televised live.
Retail giant showed ‘flagrant disregard’ and ‘hijacked’ election process, according to regional National Labor Relations Board office
Several large states and cities have exhausted their federal rental assistance, the Treasury Department said Monday, in a sign that spending on a massive program aimed at averting evictions has picked up speed. The federal government is forecasting that upwards of $30 billion or about two-thirds of money allocated for rental assistance will be disbursed or allocated by the end of the year. The first tranche of emergency rental assistance funds, known as ERA1, is for $25 billion and the second, known as ERA2 and meant to be spent over a longer period of time, is $21.5 billion.
The US military will reinforce deployments and bases directed at China and Russia, even while maintaining forces in the Middle East adequate to deter Iran and jihadist groups, the Pentagon said Monday based on the results of a review.
The video outraged some of Cyrus’ fans when first released
Twitter users hailed the end of Melania Trump’s ‘dark, dystopian’ Christmas decorations, which some called ‘nightmare fuel’
Stock futures opened higher on Monday to hold onto gains after a recovery rally, with investors at least temporarily shaking off concerns over a new coronavirus variant and looking ahead to new market catalysts.
CD Projekt confirmed anyone who purchased the game on either PlayStation 4 or Xbox One will receive the next-gen update for free.