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10 things in tech: Richard Branson is space bound, Instacart’s next CEO, Dodge’s electric muscle car

Good morning and welcome to 10 Things in Tech. If this was forwarded to you, sign up here. LoadingSomething is loading. Let's get started.1. Billionaire Richard Branson is set to beat Jeff Bezos to space on Sunday. Their launches will differ in three big ways, including that Branson will ride a space plane, not a capsule launched by...
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10 things in tech: Andy Jassy’s rise, Lime mopeds, Google Search shakeup

Good morning and welcome to 10 Things in Tech. If this was forwarded to you, sign up here. Let's get started.1. Andy Jassy started as Jeff Bezos' "shadow" — then turned AWS into a $40 billion business. Plus, he was tapped as the next CEO of Amazon, a position he'll take on July 5. Take a look at how he got his start and climbed the Amazon ladder. 2. Bill Gates hosted nude pool parties and "got drunk pretty easily," insiders say. Biographer James Wallace said Gates went to a Seattle all-nude strip club and invited dancers to come swim in his pool. Here's what else he said.3. SentinelOne's first investor also wrote Zoom's first check without hearing a pitch. SentinelOne, which surged 17% in its first ...
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10 things in tech: Amazon employees spill, Bill Gates’ other side, SpaceX launch

Good morning and welcome to 10 Things in Tech. If this was forwarded to you, sign up here. LoadingSomething is loading. Let's get started.1. Employees reveal what it's really like working at Amazon. We've been investigating what the company is like when it comes to hiring, firing, performance reviews, and more. Here's everything you...
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10 things in tech: Great Jones mutiny, Uber competitor, Foldable Kindle

Good morning and welcome to 10 Things in Tech. If this was forwarded to you, sign up here. LoadingSomething is loading. Let's get started.1. A judge has dismissed the United States' antitrust lawsuit against Facebook. The FTC filed a lawsuit against Facebook in December, but a judge determined the FTC failed to show that Facebook ha...