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Expensify's CEO emailed users to encourage them to 'vote for Biden'

Expensify CEO David Barrett blasted all of his customers with a message to vote for Biden to "protect democracy."

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Another Senate committee subpoenaed Jack Dorsey and Mark Zuckerberg

The Senate Judiciary Committee on Thursday voted along party lines to authorize subpoenas for Jack Dorsey and Mark Zuckerberg to testify about alleged anti-conservative political bias on their platforms.

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Quibi is shutting down

The short-form video startup, which raised a whopping $1.75 billion in funding, is telling investors that it is winding down operations, The Wall Street Journal was first to report Wednesday afternoon. Quibi is said to still have $800 million in the bank, and is expected to return at least some of that money to investors.

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Justice Department to sue Google

The Department of Justice is set to file an antitrust lawsuit against Google on Tuesday, according to The Wall Street Journal. The case will be the most aggressive action by the U.S. government against a tech company in decades.
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A deep look at the Foxconn / Wisconsin mess

Calling it "the eighth wonder of the world" was always a bit of a stretch, but Foxconn's Wisconsin factory was supposed to employee 13,000 people, invest more than $10 billion in the local economy, and bring manufacturing back to America.

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