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1. Distance CEO’s, divorce in the light of reports of toxic culture
Steph, Korey is the resignation from her role as CEO, although she will remain on Board as executive chairman. They are replaced by Lululemon COO Stuart Haselden.
the timing of The announcement comes just a few days after The verge of an in-depth story about management published practices of the baggage startup, the extensive quotes from Korey’s Locker news. But the company says that the executive search has been running for months.
2. VSCO acquires video-editing startup Rylo
The photo-sharing app behind the 2019 meme craze “VSCO girl” has acquired, Rylo, a video-editing startup founded by the original developers of Instagram Hyperlapse is. To create founded in the year 2015, Rylo is best known for his 360° camera, capable of cinematic video in 5.8 K resolution.
3. Card Apple the free iPhone delay goes live, now with 6% back on Apple holiday shopping
The company already announced its plans for the program — so that the card holder when buying a new iPhone, then pay it back over 24 months without interest — but now it is actually the opening for all the Apple-customer-map. Moreover, Apple is sweetening the deal with 6% back on all Apple purchases made from December 10 to December 31.
4. India proposes new rules for access to the data of the citizens
India has proposed that would require new rules, the company, the consent of the affected Indian citizens prior to the survey and processing of your personal data. At the same time, the new rules state that companies would have to hand over the “non-personal” user data to the government, which would also hold the power to capture the data of citizens without their consent.
5. Waze adds unplowed roads-reporting function for a better awareness of winter hazards
Waze says it developed this update after it a recommendation from the Virginia Department of Transportation, the cooperation with the Agency through its “Waze for cities data,” partnership and data-sharing received program.
6. Jiji raises $21M for its Africa-the online classifieds business
the buyer and the seller Jiji use to make purchases, ranging from real estate to car sales. The classifieds Website says it has 2 million listings on its Africa platforms and hit 8 million unique users per month in 2018.
7. AWS is sick to wait for your company to move to the cloud
AWS held their annual re:Invent customer conference last week in Las Vegas, where CEO Andy Jassy made it clear that he is tired of the slow pace of change within the company. The company announced also designed some big bets to accelerate cloud adoption. (Extra-Crunch-membership required.)
Released on Tue, 10 December 2019 18:33:06 +0000