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Why Your Twitter Follower Count May Drop. 3 Things to Know Today. Stay in the know in 60 seconds.

By Stephen J. Bronner Edited by Dan Bova

  • It's the Twitter culling. The micro blogging site will delete millions of suspicious accounts starting today. That means that many accounts, possibly yours, will see follower counts drop.
  • Uber's human resources chief has resigned following an internal investigation. Liane Hornsey apparently mishandled allegations of racial discrimination and was even accused of making derogatory remarks herself.
  • In something out of a corporate espionage thriller, a former Apple employee was arrested over the weekend right before he boarded a plane for China. He's accused of stealing some of the tech giant's plans for self-driving cars.

Watch the previous 3 Things to Know video: Facebook Fined $660,000 for Cambridge Analytica Scandal. 3 Things to Know Today.

Stephen J. Bronner

Entrepreneur Staff

News Director

Stephen J. Bronner writes mostly about packaged foods. His weekly column is The Digest. He is very much on top of his email.

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