Top tech news for Thursday, January 19, 2023

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If the CEO of a publicly traded company were to tweet that they planned to take their company private and said they had “secured the funding,” you’d be forgiven for assuming that they intended to take their company private. scholarship and that they had arranged it. money to make it happen. “Not so fast,” argue Elon Musk’s lawyers, responding to charges by Tesla investors over this tweet that investors say caused them to lose millions.

“It’s not clear what secured financing means in a tweet sentence,” the Tesla CEO’s attorneys say, “It’s not obvious how anyone could just consider something, and yet all the details have been recorded.”

Finally, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) in the US has cited Amazon for alleged safety violations at its warehouses. $60,269 in fines is proposed. Amazon says it disagrees and plans to appeal.

For now, here’s a silly tweet to start your day:

Stay tuned as we continue to update this list with today’s most important news: Thursday, January 19, 2023.

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