Bowdeya Tweh, Wall Street Journal

Bowdeya Tweh

Wall Street Journal

Cincinnati, OH, United States

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Past articles by Bowdeya:

Facebook Says Apple’s Privacy Changes Hurt Digital Ad Measurement

The social-media giant seeks to assure advertisers and suggests its tools may undercount the effectiveness of campaigns. → Read More

Texas Law Would Allow Users to Sue Social Media Companies Over Account Bans

The legislation targets platforms with at least 50 million monthly users in the U.S. → Read More

Apple’s App Store Class-Action Settlement: What Does It Mean for Developers?

The proposed settlement marks the latest step in legal battles Apple has had with small companies as well as larger entities. → Read More

How a Trip to Liberia Changed My Relationship With My Father

I thought I understood why I had such a strained relationship with my dad. But visiting his homeland with him let me see how much I had to learn. → Read More

OnlyFans Suspends Plan to Ban Sex Videos

The platform had said last week that the changes were needed to comply with requests from its banking partners and payout providers. → Read More

Facebook Expands Oversight Board’s Scope to Hear Removal Requests

The move broadens the nearly 20-member panel’s purview as a decision on former President Donald Trump’s personal account looms. → Read More

Twitter is Buying Newsletter Provider Revue

The move reflects interest among social-media companies in providing content creators with tools to make money. → Read More

A New Push for Diversity in Funding Tech Startups

The idea: Tech entrepreneurs of color get venture and angel money from investors of color. → Read More

Is TikTok Getting Banned in the U.S.? It’s Complicated. Here’s Everything You Need to Know

The battle over the future of TikTok is continuing this week as ByteDance Ltd., Microsoft Corp., and the Trump administration discuss outlines of a deal that could hive off TikTok’s U.S. operations. → Read More

TikTok Q&A: Why President Trump Has Floated a Ban and Why Microsoft Might Buy the Popular App

The battle over the future of TikTok is continuing this week as ByteDance Ltd., Microsoft Corp., and the Trump administration discuss outlines of a deal that could hive off TikTok’s U.S. operations. → Read More

Apple to Close Houston-Area Retail Stores

The tech giant is temporarily closing seven stores around the Texas city amid concerns about rising coronavirus infections. Apple closed nearly a dozen locations across four states for similar reasons last week. → Read More

Mark Zuckerberg Speech Draws Ire as He Attempts to Burnish Facebook’s Image

Critics say the company allows false and misleading information that they say distorts public discussion, and has fluid rules around the types of speech that are permissible. → Read More

Facebook CEO to Testify at House Panel About Libra

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is slated to return to Capitol Hill this month to testify before a House panel about the company’s foray into cryptocurrency. → Read More

Papa John’s Founder John Schnatter to Leave Board

John Schnatter, the founder of Papa John’s International, agreed to leave the pizza chain’s board in exchange for helping name his replacement. → Read More

Walmart Cuts Earnings Forecast on Flipkart Deal

Walmart is cutting its earnings targets for the year as part of its purchase of a majority stake in Flipkart. → Read More

Tailored Brands CEO Doug Ewert Intends to Retire

The chief executive plans to retire from the men’s clothing retailer on Sept. 30. He became CEO in 2011. → Read More

Tyson Lowers Outlook on Fallout From Tariffs, Commodity-Market Volatility

Tyson Foods said tariffs have hurt domestic and export prices on chicken and pork. The company also said domestic chicken demand has weakened because of an abundance of “relatively lower-priced” beef and pork. → Read More

Campbell Soup CEO Exits as Company Plans Strategic Review of Portfolio

Campbell Soup Chief Executive Denise Morrison is leaving the company, the food maker said, as it also announced a quarterly loss and that it will begin a strategic review of its portfolio. → Read More

U.S. Leading Economic Indicators Rose in March

An economic index that measures U.S. business trends continued to increase in March, pointing to robust economic growth throughout 2018. → Read More

Overstock CFO to Join Blockchain-Tech Joint Venture finance chief Robert Hughes is leaving his post to serve in the same role at a blockchain-technology joint venture that involves Overstock’s chief executive. → Read More