Twitter takeover in the works, US COVID-19 death and a mini-moon
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CEO and founder of Twitter jack Dorsey has a challenge on his hands.
Paul Singer, billionaire founder of activists fund Elliott Management is preparing a plan to replace Dorsey as the CEO of the bluebird social media site.
According to a report by Bloomberg, Elliott Management has nominated for directors to toward his board and seeks to make other changes at the company, Bloomberg said Elliott is pushing for a takeover because Dorsey's time is split between running Twitter and the payments platform square.
According to a report by CNBC.
The first confirmed death from COVID-19 has been reported in the US.
On February 29, a man in his 50s from Washington state passed away according to state health officials.
The man had an underlying health condition but there wasn't any evidence that suggested he had recently travelled or been in contact with anyone known to be infected Similar unexplained cases have been found in the US since Friday and researchers in Seattle believe the virus may have been circulating for approximately six weeks.
And finally, have you heard about Earth's New Moon?
Yes, it seems like the earth has a special new neighbor but it's only for a limited time.
The New Moon is about the size of a car and it's more like an asteroid.
But, it was only temporarily ensnared by Earth's gravity and seems to be moving out about planets gravitational influence.
Dumped (2020CD3), it's only the second asteroid known to have been captured by Earth's gravity, and even though it was only found a week ago.
Has been circling the earth for a couple of years.
It's likely to escape US pool by a
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