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The Information on Immigration
The Great Immigrant Resignation: Fed Up Indian Tech Workers Ditch the American Dream
For four years, Sameer and Pragya Goyal lived the Indian American Dream. Newly immigrated from India to the U.S., the Goyals both worked for Amazon, notching six-figure salaries in their 20s. They…
The Information on Music Production
The Big Money in Music Startups
TikTok wouldn’t be much as fun without music. A cluster of music-oriented startups have taken note, selling independent musicians access to online production tools and marketplaces that connect them…
The Information on Tiktok
The 10 Ways TikTok Will Change Social Product Design
For the last two years, I have downloaded and played with TikTok every few months to track its progress, but I never found it seriously engaging beyond the occasional Arnold Schwarzenegger video.This,…
The Information on Venture Capital
Venture Capital's 25 Favorite Cafes
The most advantageous spots for sipping, eavesdropping, and deal-making, according to tech investors in the Bay Area, New York and Los Angeles.
These are some all-time favorites with Refind users.
Ghost Writer: Microsoft Looks to Add OpenAI’s Chatbot Technology to Word, Email
In a move that could change how more than a billion people write documents, presentations and emails, Microsoft has discussed incorporating OpenAI’s artificial intelligence in Word, PowerPoint,…
Snap CEO Spiegel Calls for Reparations Commission, Taxes to Address Racial Injustice
Snap CEO Evan Spiegel called for the creation of an American commission to address racial injustice and comprehensive tax reform, saying in a lengthy note to employees that he was “heartbroken and…
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Twitter’s Efforts to Court Advertisers Turns Them Off
Twitter’s ad business is not recovering. Clients of WPP-owned GroupM, the world’s largest ad-buying firm, have cut their spending on Twitter by between 40% and 50% since Elon Musk took control of the…