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Bumble Brew: “a safe space for healthy and equitable relationships and connections”

The famous dating app Bumble asking women to make the first move is opening its first restaurant, and unlike online, no algorithm will be involved in the process. What is the strategy they have in mind?

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Twitter Blue: is the subscription model worth $360M?

Twitter is right to seek out new revenues streams like a subscription model for the most prolific of users. Twitter’s desire to target tester markets like Canada and Australia to launch Twitter Blue raises some flags, but a US and European implementation could generate significant revenues.

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The rise of stock influencers – shaking markets with words

Elon tweets and people buy. In the past few months, we have seen stocks and other assets shoot up and down following tweets or other announcements from what we now call stock influencers. What is the reach of these people, and what are the risks behind this trend?

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The Telegram messaging app would make an exciting IPO

I am sure you have all had a friend trying to convince you to migrate to Telegram. After rumors the company is about to step into public markets, we thought it would be interesting to explore Telegram’s story and recent success.

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Clubhouse - the really social network

Ever heard of Clubhouse? Well, everyone has now, as Elon Musk recently tweeted that he will go live on the new social network. But then again, whatever Elon Musk texts becomes viral and universally accepted. So, what is the deal with Clubhouse?

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Twitter moves into the Podcast Scene with Twitter Spaces

Podcasts have grown in popularity over the past few years and companies like Spotify quickly saw the business opportunity they represented. However, it was always one-way talk and Twitter is about to challenge this.

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Facebook might have to say goodbye to WhatsApp and Instagram

Facebook might get sued for its massive recent acquisitions for anti-competition reasons. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) accuses them of buying rivals to stifle competition and build a monopoly.

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