Twitter to pay $150 million penalty for allegedly breaking its privacy promises – again – Federal Trade Commission News

It’s FTC 101. Companies can’t tell consumers they will use their personal information for one purpose and then use it for another.

Nvidia shares sink on weak Q2 guidance – CNBC Television

CNBC's Kristina Partsinevelos, joins 'Closing Bell: Overtime' to report Nvidia's shares taking a hit after hours on weak Q2 guidance. With Ritholtz's Josh Br...

Amazon’s first clothing store opens its doors in Los Angeles – The Verge

Amazon’s first physical clothing store, Amazon Style, is now open in the Los Angeles, California-area. The store is equipped with tech, from fitting room touchscreens to QR codes, to manage what shoppers want to try on or buy.

Bolt Starts Layoffs Amid ‘Structural Changes’ – The New York Times

The Silicon Valley company cut jobs on Wednesday amid a souring fund-raising environment for start-ups.

Tiny robotic crabs that are smaller than the width of a coin use heat from lasers to crawl – CNN

Engineers at Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois, invented the world's smallest remote-controlled walking robot, according to research published in the journal Science Robotics.

Report: workers delivering Amazon’s packages are injured at a “shocking rate” – The Verge

The subcontractors delivering Amazon’s packages are being injured at alarmingly high rates, far more frequently than workers in the rest of the industry.

Prominent ex-Tesla self-driving car exec leaves Apple for greener pastures – Ars Technica

CJ Moore will join lidar company Luminar to lead software development.

SEC Proposes More Disclosure Requirements for ESG Funds – The Wall Street Journal

Agency votes to float plans to give investors more information on environmental, social and corporate-governance vehicles

Snowflake stock falls as executives forecast a narrower margin than expected – CNBC

Snowflake maintained its full-year projections, show that it continues to expect revenue growth to slow from its days as a newly minted public company.