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Jeff Bezos Is Adding $3 Billion to Amazon India's Budget -- Start Up Your Day Roundup Plus: Facebook is testing a new post format that is similar to Twitter's.

By Lindsay Friedman

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Get the signal. Google has added the US Cellular network to Project Fi.

Show me the money. Jeff Bezos promised to add $3 billion to Amazon India's budget.

Getting range. Facebook is testing a new post format that would work like a tweet.

No laughing matter. Thanks to another Twitter hack, people thought NFL commissioner Roger Goodell was dead for a day. He's not.

Getting bigger. Snapchat is expected to continue its growth by double digits this year.

Not so fast. A McDonald's robbery in France went awry when the culprits ran into special forces.

Just desserts. The first 100 lucky customers at a new Chick-fil-A location in Atlanta will get free food for a year.

Sold out. Tickets for Muhammad Ali's memorial service were sold at the KFC Yum! Center Wednesday and gone before 9:30 a.m.

Lindsay Friedman

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