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New First Round Capital Feeder Fund Targeting New Graduates

First Round Capital, one of Uber's first investors, decided it needed a way to access the best companies brewed in dormitories in the United States. The start-up venture capital firm has launched the Dorm Room Fund, a student-run capital pool…. Continue Reading →

Analysts and fund managers are questioning how the divorce could impact Amazon, the couple holding a stake of about 16%.

NEW YORK (Reuters) – Shares of Amazon.com (AMZN.O) tumbled on Thursday as investors pondered the impact of imminent divorce from company founder Jeff Bezos on Wall Street's most profitable company and its ambitious expansion plans. Bezos, whom Forbes considers the… Continue Reading →

Announcements from technology giants help fund apps for pedophiles

Apps that direct pedophiles to illegal child-sharing groups have benefited from the unintentional advertisements of tech giants including Amazon, Microsoft and Dyson. The apps were available on the Google Play Store until they were removed at Christmas by the company… Continue Reading →

Announcements from technology giants help fund apps for pedophiles

Apps that direct pedophiles to illegal child-sharing groups have benefited from the unintentional advertisements of tech giants including Amazon, Microsoft and Dyson. The apps were available on the Google Play Store until they were removed at Christmas by the company… Continue Reading →

Announcements from technology giants help fund apps for pedophiles

Apps that direct pedophiles to illegal child-sharing groups have benefited from the unintentional advertisements of tech giants including Amazon, Microsoft and Dyson. The apps were available on the Google Play Store until they were removed at Christmas by the company… Continue Reading →

Announcements from technology giants help fund apps for pedophiles

Apps that direct pedophiles to illegal child-sharing groups have benefited from the unintentional advertisements of tech giants including Amazon, Microsoft and Dyson. The apps were available on the Google Play Store until they were removed at Christmas by the company… Continue Reading →

Announcements from technology giants help fund apps for pedophiles

Apps that direct pedophiles to illegal child-sharing groups have benefited from the unintentional advertisements of tech giants including Amazon, Microsoft and Dyson. The apps were available on the Google Play Store until they were removed at Christmas by the company… Continue Reading →

Announcements from technology giants help fund apps for pedophiles

Apps that direct pedophiles to illegal child-sharing groups have benefited from the unintentional advertisements of tech giants including Amazon, Microsoft and Dyson. The apps were available on the Google Play Store until they were removed at Christmas by the company… Continue Reading →

Announcements from technology giants help fund apps for pedophiles

Apps that direct pedophiles to illegal child-sharing groups have benefited from the unintentional advertisements of tech giants including Amazon, Microsoft and Dyson. The apps were available on the Google Play Store until they were removed at Christmas by the company… Continue Reading →

Announcements from technology giants help fund apps for pedophiles

Apps that direct pedophiles to illegal child-sharing groups have benefited from the unintentional advertisements of tech giants including Amazon, Microsoft and Dyson. The apps were available on the Google Play Store until they were removed at Christmas by the company… Continue Reading →

Announcements from technology giants help fund apps for pedophiles

Apps that direct pedophiles to illegal child-sharing groups have benefited from the unintentional advertisements of tech giants including Amazon, Microsoft and Dyson. The apps were available on the Google Play Store until they were removed at Christmas by the company… Continue Reading →

Announcements from technology giants help fund apps for pedophiles

Apps that direct pedophiles to illegal child-sharing groups have benefited from the unintentional advertisements of tech giants including Amazon, Microsoft and Dyson. The apps were available on the Google Play Store until they were removed at Christmas by the company… Continue Reading →

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