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Kendall Jenner Pepsi Flap Shows Again the Power of Social Feedback

A new ad from Pepsi (NYSE:PEP) featuring model Kendall Jenner has the internet abuzz — and not in a good way. The video features Jenner joining a street protest over an undefined issue. But many have claimed the company is trying to hijack key social justice movements of the times. In one of the most talked about scenes, Jenner offers a can of Pepsi to a police officer. And parallels are being made in social media to similar scenes...

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Twitter withdraws lawsuit filed over anti-Trump account – CNBC

CNBCTwitter withdraws lawsuit filed over anti-Trump accountCNBCThe government was seeking information about an anti-Trump account, but has since backed down. Twitter declined to comment further. Lauren Thomas | @laurenthomasx3. 1 Hour Ago CNBC.com. SHARES ...Government gives up on unmasking anti-Trump Twitter accountEngadgetTwitter revels in role of free speech defender as it sues Trump administrationNasdaqU.S. government drops its demand to reveal Twitter user's identityTechCrunchMarketWatch -Android Headlines -Seeking Alpha -Telegraph.

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New Features from Twitter, Pinterest, Plus More Small Biz Headlines

Social media isn’t just for promoting your small business — it can also be a great resource for providing customer service. And this week, Twitter added a location sharing feature that can make it easier for some businesses communicating with customers using direct messages. And Twitter wasn’t the only social media platform to add new features this week. Pinterest also added an instant download option for those looking to ...

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Would You Ask Your Employees to Insert a Microchip?

Implanting employees with microchips might sound more like something from a dystopian novel than real life. But some businesses are actually finding pactical applications for the technology. The Future is Here: Implanting Employees with Microchips Epicenter, a startup based in Stockholm, Sweden is one example. The company implants small chips that are about the size of a grain of rice into its employees’ hands...

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