Twitter uses a poison pill to fend off Elon Musk

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Elon Musk has a 9% stake in Twitter and offered to buy the company Thursday. Now, Twitter has countered by activating a “poison pill,” a move that gives other shareholders the opportunity to buy more shares and dilute Musk’s power. We’ll also chat about whether we’ve reached peak inflation in the Weekly Wrap. And while China’s COVID-19 restrictions disrupt global supply chains, trucking capacity in the U.S. begins to loosen.

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