Such a long way from useful you need a rocket to get there
Elon [look at me] Musk is expected to unveil a prototype of his Optimus robot tommorrow which he tried to convince us last August would be a cheap robot which will be in every house and do mundane tasks.
They no longer want to go to the space ship and management is worried
Staff at the fruity cargo cult Apple no longer want to travel long distances to be indoctrinated by middle managers and are starting to make their views heard.
But it doesn't matter he is poorer than Musk
Elon [look at me] Musk's love of his fellow humans has resulted in him dumping a three-metre long piece of junk from a SpaceX rocket on some Aussie bloke's field.
Internet satellite operators OneWeb and Eutelsat are planning to merge in the hopes of becoming a stronger rival to SpaceX's Starlink which is run by Elon [look at me] Musk
Which was why they fell out
Tesla CEO Elon [look at me] Musk was the cause of the break-up between Sergey Brin and Nicole Shanahan.
Saves $10 billion trying to buy the platform
After failing to acquire the popular chat platform Discord for $10 billion, Microsoft has opted to try integrating Discord's voice-chat capabilities into Xbox consoles.
Might still be forced to buy the company or lose a billion dollars
It does not appear that Elon [look at me] Musk's plan to avoid getting into trouble over his sudden change of heart over buying Twitter is going to plan.
Sir William Gates III
While fellow billionaire Elon Musk is spending shedloads not buying social media companies, Sir William Gates III is donating $20 billion of his personal fortune to sort out the "significant suffering" caused by global setbacks including the COVID-19 pandemic.
Could lose a billion
Poor little rich boy Elon [look at me] Musk is desperate to get out of his Twitter acquisition pledge and appears to be spinning a yarn about Twitter's figures on spam accounts as the reason.
Musk’s mastery on show
Tesla’s new car factories in Texas and Berlin are "losing billions of dollars" as they struggle to increase production because of a shortage of batteries and China port issues, according to Chief Executive Elon Musk.