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UK-based news site The Guardian under ransomware attack, editor says • InNewCL

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It’s the most amazing wonderful time of the year. Today we saved ourselves the work of exploring the craziest subgenres of Christmas music. Trap Christmas is one thing. Christopher Lee (yes, that Christopher Lee, Saruman in The Lord of the Rings) has recorded a heavy metal Christmas album that really is goddamn it. Spinal Tap also did a Christmas carol, which… I mean. And we don’t fret about disco Christmases or those goats singing “We Wish You a Merry Christmas” either…

Despite it . . . what are your favorite out-of-left-field christmas tunes? Replies on an e-postcard, please! — Christine and hey

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Extra, extra, read all about it: British newspaper The Guardian confirmed that it was hit by ransomware after some strange incidents the newspaper noticed in its IT infrastructure. Karly has more. Kids, get your parents’ permission: If you’re a kid of the ’80s, you might remember that we were constantly reminded to “ask your parents for permission…”. Well, Google has now rolled out something similar for Google Play and lets kids send purchase requests to their guardians, Ivan writes. Light Reading for the New Year: ann and Alex collected and now share some of the books that startup founders and venture capitalists couldn’t put down this year. Happy reading!

Startups and VCs

Carl Eschenbach, a longtime enterprise software executive who joined Sequoia Capital in 2016 and subsequently led a series of lucrative deals for the venture firm, is returning to an operational role. Conni reports. As the new co-CEO of Workday, Eschenbach will lead the enterprise cloud applications giant alongside his co-CEO, co-founder and company chairman Aneel Bhusri until 2024, when Eschenbach will assume the sole CEO position.

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While Santa is going through his list of naughty and nice people, it’s also a good time for startup founders to take stock of their relationships with investors.

Vidya Raman, a Partner at Sorenson Ventures, has written a TC+ article with do’s and don’ts for upcoming board meetings and offers his thoughts on which communication channels are best for various requests for help, as well as specific data points to share in your discussions should address .

“Be reckless with how you spend your time,” he advises, “especially with your investors.”

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BigTech Inc.

In July, the Federal Trade Commission sued Meta over its proposed acquisition of VR company Within. This week it was Mark Zuckerberg’s turn, and amanda has the details.

Now over to Tesla, where darrell The automaker could reportedly make a fresh round of layoffs in the next quarter. That’s not the only difficulty the company is facing. It also has a small stock price problem. Rebekah writes that Tesla stock has fallen to its lowest level in two years due to reasons including the Twitter drama and the loss of sales in China.

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