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The Dominican Republic will host the first international office for the Major League Baseball Players Association, Axios has learned.The big picture: The new office, set to be announced later Monday in the country's capital, Santo Domingo, comes as the league and union work to enhance their presence in the Caribbeanand Latin America.Dominican Republic leads for MLB players born outside the U.S., according to the 2022 opening day roster of teams. MLB and the players association announced lastAugust the first-ever regular season series will be played in Mexico City in April 2023.Catch up quick: The Dominican Republic has gained popularity with MLB.
— Axios (December 6) (Pocket)
The World Baseball Classic will begin Wednesday, March 8. Manager Mark DeRosa continues to add stars to his roster. The USA is favored in the event, according to the gambling website Fanduel. The Americans are plus-260, with the Dominican Republic and Japan next.
— Sports Illustrated (December 3) (Pocket)
Then the twice deported fugitive from the Dominican Republic facing drug charges—Oscar Manuel Peguero or Jose Medina Perez, (an alias)—with Joseph’s consent was led out the back door of the building and set free by now retired court officer Wesley MacGregor, who was also indicted.
— Boston Herald (November 27) (Pocket)
Three Haitian brothers from Delray Beach traveled to the Dominican Republic on a vacation and ended up being arrested on what they say are trumped-up marijuana charges.
— Miami Herald (November 22) (Pocket)
Elon Musk's Twitter took aim at the firm's previous management Friday evening with a "Twitter Files" presentation intended to demonstrate "free speech suppression."Driving the news: Musk's team apparently provided newsletter author Matt Taibbi with access to internal documents surrounding Twitter's controversial decision, three weeks before the 2020 presidential election, to limit access to a New York Post article about the contents of Hunter Biden's laptop.At the time Twitter said that it was blocking the Post story under a policy against stolen and hacked materials. Conservatives said the company was censoring the news. Within two days CEO Jack Dorsey reversed the decision and apologized.
— Axios (December 3) (Pocket)
Mr. Musk, a vocal CEO of multiple companies, made sweeping personnel changes to Twitter after his well-publicized takeover of the popular platform. He slimmed down the workforce through firings and the voluntary departure of people who didn’t like his demands while restoring the accounts of former President Donald Trump and other users who were banned.
— Washington Times (December 6) (Pocket)
The European Union says that under new CEO Elon Musk, Twitter will have to implement transparent user policies and other reforms. Pictured: Musk, as founder of SpaceX, appears during an Aug. 25 event in Boca Chica Beach, Texas. (Photo: Michael Gonzalez/Getty Images)
— Daily Signal (December 5) (Pocket)
On Dec. 1, 2022, Ye, the rapper formerly known as Kanye West, had his Twitter account suspended for what Twitter CEO Elon Musk described as a violation of Twitter's policies against incitement of violence. The offending tweet included a symbol of the Star of David with a hooked-cross similar to the Nazi hakenkreuz intertwined within.
— Snopes (December 3) (Pocket)
Twitter has given Ye, formerly known as Kanye West, at least a 12-hour suspension after he tweeted a photo of the Star of David merged with the swastika. In a public exchange on Twitter, CEO Elon Musk first told the rapper that tweeting a photo of him being hosed down on a yacht was fine, but tweeting the antisemitic image was not.Ye then posted a screenshot of his account on Truth Social, the social media platform backed by Donald Trump, showing that his account has been limited for 12 hours for violating Twitter's Terms of Service. Also included was a screenshot of his private exchange with Musk, wherein the executive said: "Sorry, but you have gone too ...
— Engadget (December 3) (Pocket)
Elon Musk, Twitter's owner and CEO, has now said that the feud with Apple is resolved after meeting CEO Tim Cook at the latter's campus in Cupertino, California, The New York Times reported. Musk had tweeted a short clip of the meditation pool at Apple headquarters earlier.
— Interesting Engineering (December 2) (Pocket)
Elon Musk says he met with Apple CEO Tim Cook and 'resolved the misunderstanding' after several tweets attacking the company
The two peaceful tweets capped off several more aggressive missives from Musk, who repeatedly called out Apple this week, and at times Cook specifically, over claims that the tech giant stopped advertising on Twitter, threatened to remove it from its app store, and overcharged companies. (Both Apple and Twitter did not immediately respond to Fortune’s request for comment.)
— Fortune (December 2) (Pocket)
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