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WeWork Considers Rescue Plans From SoftBank and JPMorgan

The board of WeWork, the cash-starved purveyor of shared office space, could choose between two competing financial rescue packages as early as Tuesday, according to people with knowledge of the matter. One is being offered by SoftBank, and another from a financial consortium led by JPMorgan Chase. SoftBank, a Japanese technology giant that is already …

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AT&T considers getting rid of DirecTV as TV business tanks, WSJ reports

Enlarge / An AT&T store in Chicago. AT&T is considering whether to “part ways” with DirecTV, just four years after buying the satellite company, the Wall Street Journal reported today. The Journal report doesn’t use the word “sale” to describe what AT&T is considering, but the end result could be AT&T no longer owning DirecTV. …

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Facebook considers hiding ‘likes’ in similar move to Instagram

Facebook is considering removing publicly viewable “likes” for users’ posts, just as it has begun doing on Instagram recently. The social media giant confirmed to TechCrunch that it is considering a test of “like” counts removal, but did not give a reason for the move. Jane Manchun Wong, the reverse engineering expert, first spotted that …

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IAC considers giving up control of ANGI Homeservices, Match Group

Media giant IAC is considering relinquishing control of ANGI Homeservices Inc.—the parent of Indianapolis-based Angie’s List—and its online dating service provider Match Group, the company said in a letter to shareholders Wednesday. Shares in ANGI were down as much as 30 percent Thursday after the news. “We are considering spinning our two large publicly traded …

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California Considers 12 Week Leave for Small Business Employees

California is currently considering a bill that would require some small businesses to offer 12 weeks of maternity and paternity leave for employees. Up for Consideration: New Parental Leave Law in California The New Parent Leave Act would apply to small businesses that have 20 employees or more. If passed into law, it would require …

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