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Mobile Minutes: Square finds niche; Facebook addresses clickbait; Pokemon Go lawsuit; Twitter’s time to sellBy
Square finds profitable niche between food trucks and Starbucks
Square Inc. seems to have found its place, proving this quarter that the mobile payments processor is useful for more than just food trucks and farm stand sellers.
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Facebook’s news feed to show fewer clickbait headlines
Facebook Inc.’s News Feed will show fewer “clickbait” headlines over the next few weeks, the company announced Thursday, as it seeks to establish itself as the prime Web destination for news and social updates.
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Pokemon Go target of class action lawsuit
Gotta sue them all: Nintendo, the Pokemon Company and San Francisco-based augmented reality startup and Pokemon Go maker Niantic Labs are on the receiving end of a new lawsuit, which claims that the game entices players to trespass on other people’s property. Niantic Labs responded by warning its players to obey the law while hunting for Pokemons.
Read more on Variety
It’s time for Twitter to sell: analysis
Marissa Mayer felt the heat, and Yahoo agreed to sell its core Internet assets to Verizon for $4.8 billion last week. Your turn, Jack Dorsey.
Read more on USA Today
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