Aug 9, 2022 • 2M

🗞 Axios to Sell to Cox Enterprises for $525MM

Plus: Data Show Gender Pay Gap Opens Early, Consumers' expectations of future inflation decreased significantly, and more…

 
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Axios to Sell Itself to Cox Enterprises for $525 Million. Axios, the digital media company that quickly gained traction since its founding five years ago with its distinctive bulletin-style scoops on the realms of politics, business and technology, has agreed to sell itself to Cox Enterprises, according… (Benjamin Mullin / The New York Times)


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Data Show Gender Pay Gap Opens Early. Broad new data on wages earned by college graduates who received federal student aid showed a pay gap emerging between men and women soon after they joined the workforce, even among those receiving the same degree from the same school. The data… (Melissa Korn / Wall Street Journal)


Consumers' expectations of future inflation decreased significantly in win for the Federal Reserve. A New York Fed survey showed that respondents in July expected inflation to run at a 6.2% pace over the next year and a 3.2% rate for the next three years. That marks a big drop-off from the respective 6.8% and 3.6% results from the June survey. (Jeff Cox / CNBC)


Twilio hacked by phishing campaign targeting internet companies. Communications giant Twilio has confirmed hackers accessed customer data after successfully tricking employees into handing over their corporate login credentials. The San Francisco-based company, which allows users to build voice and SMS… (Carly Page / TechCrunch)


A Phone Carrier That Doesn't Track Your Browsing or Location. As marketers, data brokers, and tech giants endlessly expand their access to individuals' data and movements across the web, tools like VPNs or cookie blockers can feel increasingly feeble and futile. Short of going… (Lily Hay Newman / WIRED)


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