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Aug 31 (Reuters) – The following are the top stories on the New York Times business pages. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
– Alphabet Inc's Google said on Tuesday that it would not distribute Truth Social on its Play app store until Truth Social, the social media platform founded by former President Donald J. Trump, removed content that incites violence. https://nyti.ms/3Tu9rrp
– Elon Musk said in a letter to Twitter that allegations made by whistle-blower Pieter Zatko, Twitter's former security chief, have had a "material, if not existential" effect on the company. https://nyti.ms/3KBnQOI
– First Solar , a big solar panel manufacturer, said on Tuesday that it would invest up to $1.2 billion to build its fourth factory in the United States, in large part because Congress this month passed a major energy and climate bill that expands incentives for renewable energy. https://nyti.ms/3cwhTFU
– The Washington Post's chief executive Fred Ryan in recent weeks has floated with newsroom leaders the possibility of cutting 100 positions, according to several people with knowledge of the discussions. The newsroom now has about 1,000 people. https://nyti.ms/3dY16Mi (Compiled by Bengaluru newsroom)
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