The New Paper

April 9, 2021

The New Paper Weekly Recap: Business

  • Personal information of over 500M Facebook users was posted online (4/5)
  • The Supreme Court ruled that Google did not violate copyright laws when using parts of Oracle’s Java code to create its Android operating system (4/6)
  • Credit Suisse said that it expects to lose nearly $5B due to Archegos (4/6)
  • Coinbase released Q1 financials ahead of its upcoming direct listing (4/7)
  • Topps announced plans to go public through a $1.3B SPAC merger (4/7)
  • General Motors confirmed plans to launch an all-electric Silverado (4/7)
  • VC funding reached a record $125B in Q1, according to Crunchbase (4/8)
  • Patreon raised $155M at a $4B valuation (4/8)
  • General Motors and Ford temporarily cut vehicle production (4/9)
  • Neuralink released a video of a monkey playing Pong using brain signals (4/9)
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