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Date Stock Title
May 20 TWTR Tesla Stock Falls After Harassment Allegations Against CEO
May 20 OKTA Five telltale signs you need a ‘chief remote officer’
May 20 TWTR New documentary highlights Elon Musk’s promises on self-driving
May 20 TWLO McDonald's Is Exiting Russia. Will Other Restaurants Follow?
May 20 TWTR Elon Musk denies sexual misconduct allegations
May 20 FB Meta quietly banned abortion talk among Facebook workers in 2019. Is that even legal?
May 20 GOOG How to remove your personal information from Google search
May 20 GOOG Match says it received 'various concessions' from Google amid legal battle
May 20 GOOG Music app Bandcamp to remain in Google store amid pay system dispute
May 20 GOOG Market sell-off continues, Dow faces worst week since 2020
May 20 TWTR Topsy-Turvy Twitter Acquisition Ready For Shareholder Voting
May 20 GOOG Match Settles Antitrust Scores Against Google
May 20 FB 3 Internet Stocks to Buy After the Big Market Drop
May 20 TWTR Yesterday in Denver, It Was Almost 90. Today, It’s Snowing.
May 20 TWTR Tesla stock’s very bad week gets worse after the allegations against Musk
May 20 GOOG Epic Games, Google reach truce in Bandcamp dispute – for now
May 20 TWTR You Ask, We Analyze: The Bull And Bear Case For Camber Energy
May 20 FB Why Meta Stock Popped on Friday
May 20 FB Meta focuses on business messaging with WhatsApp cloud, Messenger moves
May 20 FB Amazon’s head of hardware wants to ‘enjoy the real world’ rather than put people in the metaverse

An application programming interface (API) is a computing interface that defines interactions between multiple software intermediaries. It defines the kinds of calls or requests that can be made, how to make them, the data formats that should be used, the conventions to follow, etc. It can also provide extension mechanisms so that users can extend existing functionality in various ways and to varying degrees. An API can be entirely custom, specific to a component, or designed based on an industry-standard to ensure interoperability. Through information hiding, APIs enable modular programming, allowing users to use the interface independently of the implementation.

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