Tesla CEO Elon Musk gave the strongest hint yet Monday that he would like to pay less for Twitter than his $44 billion offer made last month.
Musk told a Miami technology conference that a viable deal at a lower price would not be out of the question, according to a report by Bloomberg News, which said it viewed a livestream video of the conference posted by a Twitter user.
Being the world’s richest person has its perks, but they don’t include abandoning a business deal you’ve signed on to without facing the consequences. Tesla CEO Elon Musk will find that out if he decides to walk away from his agreement to buy Twitter.
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On Friday Musk tweeted that his $44 billion bid to acquire Twitter, […] Can Elon Musk Walk Away From $44 Billion Twitter Deal? Not Really, Here's Why | GOBankingRates
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HGTV is giving away a smart home in Wilmington, North Carolina worth $1million, and you can apply online for a chance to win.
The home is the biggest piece of the grand prize of HGTV's Smart Home 2022 Sweepstakes.
The winner will also receive a Mercedes-Benz GLC SUV and $100,000 from Lending Tree.
HGTV estimates the whole package is worth more than $1.2million.
Here's everything you need to know about the sweepstakes, and how to throw your […] HGTV is giving away a $1million home to a lucky winner – here's how to apply – The Sun
Several US states broke long-standing temperature records last summer, and this year is likely to be just as hot. As temperatures rise (and you look for ways to beat the heat), our air conditioning may begin to work overtime, which often leaves our cool bills staggeringly high. In fact, the US Energy Information Administration says that AC accounts for 12% of all home energy costs — or about $265 on average.
With summer quickly approaching, many homeowners and renters are eager to find ways […] Set Your Thermostat to This Specific Temperature in the Summer to Save Money – CNET