Jessica Guynn, USA TODAY

Jessica Guynn

USA TODAY

San Francisco, CA, United States

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Recent articles by Jessica:

Will Disney and Florida kiss and make up? With Iger back, DeSantis says 'a plan is in the works.'

Florida lawmakers and Gov. DeSantis may largely reverse the decision to strip Walt Disney of the right to govern the land that includes Disney World. → Read More

Target gift card discount day 2022 is almost here. Get 10% off gift cards all weekend long

Target’s annual gift card sale is happening this weekend. It starts Saturday and continues through Sunday. Shoppers can get a 10% discount. → Read More

Kanye West deal for Parler canceled same day Ye makes more antisemitic remarks on Infowars

Parler parent says company deal to sell the conservative social media app to Kanye West collapsed by mutual agreement. Ye agreed to buy it in October. → Read More

US gas prices plunge as Americans get much-needed relief at the pump ahead of the holidays

Americans are paying less for gas than they did before Russia invaded Ukraine in February as demand for gas slows around the world. → Read More

Florida, DeSantis yank billions in investments from 'woke' BlackRock over ESG investing

Florida is yanking $2 billion worth of state assets managed by BlackRock, escalating the GOP standoff with the world’s largest money manager over ESG. → Read More

Will Donald Trump tweet again? Musk says Trump to be reinstated on Twitter

Former president Donald Trump, who was banned for inciting violence during the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol, can return to Twitter, Elon Musk says. → Read More

'Freed' bird: Day 1 of Elon Musk's Twitter and the social media platform's path forward

Thursday's acquisition has now given Tesla billionaire Elon Musk one of the world’s most powerful megaphones. → Read More

Twitter deal: Why 'Chief Twit' Elon Musk brought along a sink on his visit to Twitter headquarters

The billionaire who runs Tesla and SpaceX posted a clip of himself walking into Twitter’s headquarters carrying a porcelain sink: “Let that sink in.” → Read More

Why are gas prices going up? More pain at the pump as OPEC cuts oil production by 2 million barrels

OPEC said Wednesday it will cut oil production by 2 million barrels a day, a move that will likely raise prices at the pump. → Read More

Elon Musk may be finally buying Twitter: Twitter says it intends to sell for $54.20 a share

The Elon Musk deal is back on again. Twitter says it intends to sell the company to the Tesla CEO. → Read More

Is Donald Trump coming back to Facebook? Facebook may lift ban in January, exec says

Facebook may lift former president Donald Trump’s suspension in January 2023, Meta Platforms executive Nick Clegg said Thursday. → Read More

Is TikTok the new Google? Why TikTok is Gen Z's favorite search engine

Young people are using the short-form video app TikTok better known for dance moves and viral hijinks the way others use Google search. → Read More

California passes law requiring companies to reveal pay by race, gender

If a new California law is signed by Gov. Gavin Newsom, companies will have to disclose pay scales by race, ethnicity and gender. → Read More

Elon Musk says he won’t buy Twitter. Can he just walk away? Twitter is suing; GOP loses ‘free speech’ savior

Billionaire Elon Musk says he's terminating his $44 billion deal to buy Twitter because the company failed to address his concerns over spam accounts. → Read More

First CEO of major company to publicly say he's gay on why there are so few openly LGBTQ executives on boards

John Browne resigned as CEO of oil giant BP after being outed as gay in 2007. He talked to USA TODAY about why so few companies have LGBTQ leaders. → Read More

Openly gay in the boardroom: Why so few LGBTQ executives lead America's largest companies

Despite the flashy rainbow-colored celebrations companies put on each year during Pride Month, few openly gay leaders serve on corporate boards. → Read More

These are the people targeted by online hate on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter

A new survey from the Anti-Defamation League found alarmingly high rates of online hate, harassment and violence, especially on Facebook. → Read More

2 years after George Floyd pledges, Black women still denied top jobs at largest companies. This is why

Two years after George Floyd pledges, white men are still nearly 8 times as likely as Black women to be an executive at the nation's largest companies → Read More

EXCLUSIVE: Asian women are shut out of leadership at America's top companies. Our data shows why

Asian and Asian American women are shut out of the senior-most leadership roles at top companies. Exclusive new USA TODAY data shows why. → Read More

Why is DeSantis fighting Disney? It's a warning to 'woke' big business to stay out of culture wars

Conservatives are increasingly playing hardball to punish "woke"companies that take a stand on hot-button social issues such as gay rights. → Read More