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Verizon just sold AOL and Yahoo for $5 billion, and the new company will be known as 'Yahoo' going forward Read the story.
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A startup promised influencers the Hollywood dream, replete with a mansion. But some insiders say its CEO bullied talent, made misogynistic comments, and treated their personal lives like 'a game.' Read the story.
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