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Millennials Prefer Amazon to Sex, a Rapper Sues 'Fortnite' and Babies Are Being Named for Groceries (60-Second Video) Here are three things entrepreneurs should know today.

By Patrick Carone

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  • Almost half of millennials say they'd rather give up sex than quit Amazon for a year, according to a new survey. Perhaps even more shocking, a whopping 77% would stop drinking for a year if it meant keeping their Amazon accounts.
  • Rapper 2 Milly is suing the makers of Fortnite, claiming the wildly popular video game illegally uses a dance he created. The lawsuit states that the in-game dance "Swipe It" was taken from the "Milly Rock," a dance he came up with in 2011.
  • Is this the maternity ward or the produce aisle? A recent report of baby name trends reveals that more parents are naming their babies after groceries, with popular choices including Kale, Sage and Saffron.

Watch the previous 3 Things to Know video: How to Collaborate With Difficult People and New York City Rideshare App Drivers Get a Raise

Patrick Carone

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Patrick Carone covers all aspects of entrepreneurship, specializing in the automotive, entertainment, hospitality, spirits and cannabis industries.

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