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Twitter hides Trump tweet for 'glorifying violence'

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Twitter hid a tweet by U.S. President Donald Trump behind a warning for the first time on Friday, accusing him of breaking its rules by "glorifying violence" in a message that said looters at protests in Minneapolis would be shot.  Full Article 

A PETA protester dressed in a pig costume, holds a sign outside the Farmer John meatpacking plant, where according to Los Angeles County health officials 153 workers have tested positive for COVID-19, during the novel coronavirus outbreak in Vernon, California, U.S., May 28, 2020. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Los Angeles union, joined by 'Pandemic Pig,' demands meatpacking plant closure

The union representing workers at a meatpacking plant near Los Angeles where at least 153 employees have come down with COVID-19 called on Thursday for the plant's immediate closure, saying measures to control the outbreak were not working.  Full Article 

FILE PHOTO: The logo of Swiss bank Credit Suisse is seen at a branch office in Basel, Switzerland March 2, 2020. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann/File Photo

Credit Suisse appeals against ruling in spying auditor case

Credit Suisse is seeking to overturn a court ruling rejecting the bank's bid to block an auditor appointed by Switzerland's financial supervisor as part of its probe into a spying scandal, it said on Friday.  Full Article 

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As Xperi merger with TiVo heads to vote, shareholder firms fight to lead M&A class action

Shareholders of the entertainment technology company Xperi will vote tomorrow on the company’s proposed $3 billion stock-for-stock merger with TiVo. But Delaware Chancery Court litigation over the merger won’t end with the shareholder vote. And now prominent shareholder firms are fighting over who will get to lead the case alleging that Xperi directors breached their duties to shareholders.

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