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The Texas Law That Has Banks Saying They Don’t ‘Discriminate’ Against Guns

Recent legislation requires firms to declare that they don’t “discriminate” against the firearm industry — or risk losing lucrative business with the state.

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What Dominated the World Economic Forum

Our takeaways from Davos, plus how some influencers hype crypto without disclosing their financial ties.

How Influencers Hype Crypto, Without Disclosing Their Financial Ties

Logan Paul, Paul Pierce and other celebrities have promoted risky and obscure digital currencies, sometimes failing to mention their conflicts of interest.

With VMware deal, Broadcom reaches for the cloud

The $61 billion combination is one of the biggest of the year, and may signal more tech deals to come.

Twitter’s Chief Tries Staying the Course as Elon Musk Upends Plans

Parag Agrawal, Twitter’s chief executive, is grappling with a takeover where nobody “would want to be in those shoes.”

Guns, Law and the Uvalde Elementary School Shooting

This could be the mass shooting that leads to significant change — or it could join the long list of other atrocities that have been followed by policy stalemates.

Davos in a Time of War

President Volodymyr Zelensky of Ukraine, in a virtual speech at the World Economic Forum, urges the business world to cut its ties to Russia.

The strange, swift spread of monkeypox

In his first public remarks on the outbreak, President Biden says that monkeypox is concerning and that “if it were to spread, it would be consequential.”

The Era of Borderless Data Is Ending

Nations are accelerating efforts to control data produced within their perimeters, disrupting the flow of what has become a kind of digital currency.

Broadcom in Talks to Acquire VMware, the Cloud Computing Company

Since its attempt to buy the U.S. chip maker Qualcomm was blocked in 2018, Broadcom has diversified the types of companies it buys.

At Davos, a Referendum on the World Economic Forum

Many values espoused by the World Economic Forum — globalization, liberalism, free market capitalism, representative democracy — are under attack.

Boeing’s Starliner Docks With Space Station for NASA

If it returns to Earth successfully next week, the space taxi built for NASA could carry astronauts to orbit later this year.

Big Tech Is Getting Clobbered on Wall Street. It’s a Good Time for Them.

Flush with cash, Facebook, Apple, Amazon, Microsoft and Google are positioned to emerge from a downturn stronger and more powerful. As usual.

Even Among Corporate Raiders, Elon Musk Is a Pirate

The world of deal making has always been rough and tumble. But Mr. Musk blows any predecessors away.

The Allegations Against Musk

Musk has denied claims of sexual misconduct against an employee, saying that Insider wrote the story to interfere with his acquisition of Twitter.

After Years of Trouble, Boeing Repeats Launch of Starliner Spacecraft for NASA

The aerospace giant’s astronaut capsule reached orbit, but has yet to complete a flight to the space station, while SpaceX has carried seven crews into orbit.

Elon Musk Rails Against ESG

The billionaire railed against E.S.G. after Tesla was dropped from a popular index.