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Dan Primack

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Recent:
  • Axios
Past:
  • Fortune
  • Entrepreneur
  • CNN
  • pehub

Recent articles by Dan:

Government expands investigation into Trump's social network deal

The SEC is asking for more information than previously disclosed. → Read More

CEOs call on Senate to pass gun legislation

It's the latest example of Corporate America delving into an issue where solutions often break down along partisan lines. → Read More

Trump partially restricts himself from using Twitter

This filing was written in a way to hedge in case Trump runs again for president. → Read More

Elon Musk says Twitter deal "temporarily on hold"

Musk provided few details, but the tweet from his official account will ignite havoc in the tech and financial worlds. → Read More

Elon Musk raises $7 billion in new funding for Twitter buyout

The list contains a lot of big names, but each with relatively small dollar amounts. → Read More

Twitter agrees to be bought by Elon Musk

This is an earthquake in global media and politics, where Twitter hosts the discourse. → Read More

J.D. Vance's investments made use of H-1B visas he opposes

Vance says he opposes the visas, but as a venture capitalist backed many companies that apply for them. → Read More

Billionaires eye parallel media universe

Tech moguls willing to spend big on "free speech" crisis → Read More

Elon Musk gives Twitter reasons to reject his bid

Elon Musk on Thursday may have given Twitter's board of directors ample reason to reject his hostile takeover bid, even though it's at a significant premium to where the company's shares have traded in recent months. Driving the news: Musk was interviewed on stage at the TED conference in Canada in his first public statements since disclosing his $43 billion offer. * "I don't care about the… → Read More

Fox News says it didn't authorize Truth Social account

Just days after a verified account for Fox News appeared on former President Trump's social media app, Truth Social, a Fox News spokesperson says the network has nothing to do with the account. Why it matters: Investors clearly would have viewed Fox News' participation as a boon for the struggling app. * Shares of the blank-check company taking Truth Social public spiked on Tuesday afternoon,… → Read More

Trump alums Kushner and Mnuchin cash in on Saudi ties

These are massive investments to bestow upon first-time private equity funds. → Read More

Exclusive: Boston Red Sox pledge to make Fenway Park carbon neutral

This would be a first for Major League Baseball. → Read More

How Marc Benioff is transforming Time magazine

"He's kept pushing us to get out of the boxes we were in," Time editor-in-chief Edward Felsenthal said. → Read More

Scoop: Josh Hawley introducing his own stock ban bill

Democrat John Ossoff has a rival bill that he'll introduce with fellow Democrat Mark Kelly, after failing to get a GOP co-sponsor. → Read More

Blunder prevents early BuzzFeed employees from selling their shares

BuzzFeed has given no indication that it plans to compensate them. → Read More

Trump's new venture could be peak SPAC

The press release didn't contain even basic information, such as the new company's CEO. → Read More

Some Republicans are embracing 'white replacement theory' used by white supremacists

A growing number of Republicans are promoting "white replacement theory," once the provenance of white supremacists. → Read More

Labor unions represent largest share of workers in five years

The movement isn't quite resurgent, but it's doing better after decades of decline. → Read More

Robinhood IPO filing caps stunning rebound

Three days ago, Robinhood agreed to pay a record $70 million in fines and restitution. → Read More

J.D. Vance tells associates he plans to run for Senate in Ohio

The venture capitalist has been both celebrated and criticized for his "pull yourself up by your bootstraps" ethos → Read More