Fritz Jorgensen/iStock Editorial through Getty Photos For the primary time in weeks, the tech sector wasn’t overwhelmed by what has been an ongoing circus involving Elon Musk and his $44 billion acquisition of Twitter (TWTR). Actually, Musk really made his most noise this previous week together with his day job, because the Tesla (TSLA) Chief Government mentioned he expects the electrical carmaker’s prime executives to get again and begin working a minimum of 40 hours every week at Tesla (TSLA) places of work. Musk laid down the legislation, so to talk, when he mentioned in an e mail to Tesla (TSLA) staff that firm leaders would not be allowed to work full-time from “some distant pseudo workplace” in the event that they wished to maintain their jobs. As a substitute, one of many greatest happenings within the tech business was the altering of the previous guard at Fb guardian firm Meta Platforms (NASDAQ:FB), as Sheryl Sandberg mentioned she could be stepping down from her chief working officer place. Sandberg has been with Meta (FB) for 14 years, and can stay on the corporate’s board of administrators after she leaves her day-to-day obligations behind later this 12 months. Sandberg will probably be changed by Meta’s (FB) present Chief Development Officer, Javier Olivan, and analysts mentioned the transfer is smart given the corporate placing extra emphasis on the metaverse, built-in advertisements and different enterprise merchandise. And in one other image of the adjustments happening at Meta (FB), the corporate mentioned it’ll change its inventory buying and selling image to META on June 9. Cloud computing shares continued to get extra consideration on Wall Road after Salesforce (NYSE:CRM) reported upbeat quarterly outcomes that advised some stability and development within the sector. Salesforce (CRM) co-CEO Marc Benioff cited a “whirlwind” of exercise within the final quarter that boosted his firm’s enterprise efficiency. Microsoft (MSFT) discovered itself within the crosshairs after it stunned Wall Road by reducing its fourth quarter earnings and income outlook. It was a notable week for Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX) in that the corporate premiered the long-awaited fourth season of its hit sequence Stranger Issues. And whereas Netflix (NFLX) may declare file viewership from Stranger Issues debut, there have been nonetheless considerations about simply how a lot of a subscriber profit Netflix (NFLX) would possibly see from the Nineteen Eighties-themed present. After weeks of considerations about its path following a disappointing quarterly report and a decline in subscribers, Netflix (NFLX) was mentioned to have adopted a brand new philosophy about its film manufacturing efforts. As a substitute of is prior path of a brand new film every week, Netflix (NFLX) is reportedly taking a “greater, higher, fewer” method to its slate of unique content material movies. However, when it got here to movies, nothing was greater than the brand new Tom Cruise blockbuster Prime Gun: Maverick (PARA), which set a Memorial Day vacation weekend file with greater than $156 million in U.S. ticket gross sales. Theater chain AMC Leisure (AMC) was fast to tout that Maverick helped convey in additional than 4 million individuals to its U.S. theaters. Nevertheless, AMC (AMC) shares did not rally behind Prime Gun, and fell greater than 10% early within the week as AMC (AMC) went again to its meme inventory methods. By the tip of the week, AMC (AMC) shares had been principally on the identical degree as earlier than Prime Gun hit the nation’s film screens. Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) watchers had been looking forward to the corporate’s Worldwide Builders Convention, which begins on Monday. Within the meantime, Apple (AAPL) defended its insurance policies involving the App Retailer because it mentioned it stopped virtually $1.5 billion in fraudulent App Retailer purchases final 12 months, and Morgan Stanley analyst Katy Huberty mentioned that Apple (AAPL) may see weak point in its companies enterprise if App Retailer development slows down within the months forward.