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5 Things You Didn't Know About Ikea's Billionaire Founder

Ingvar Kamprad, the world's eighth richest person, died at 91 on Jan. 27.
Travel

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Elon Musk

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Musk wasn't kidding when he said flamethrowers would follow hats in the Boring Company merch line.
Facebook

Facebook Teaches You How to Keep Your Data Private

The social network has also published its 'privacy principles.'
Cryptocurrency

Cryptocurrency Exchange Loses More Than $500 Million in Possible Hack

The heist at Coincheck involved 523 million tokens from a cryptocurrency known as NEM.
Cybersecurity

Millions of PCs Targeted by Cryptocurrency-Mining Malware

The hackers behind the malware appear to have been selling the hijacked computing power on the mining platform NiceHash, according to Palo Alto Networks.
KFC

KFC Just Revealed Reba McEntire Will Be Its First Female Colonel Sanders

McEntire will be the face of the chain's newest chicken, Smoky Mountain BBQ.
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Cybersecurity

Google Parent Alphabet Announces New Cybersecurity Firm

Chronicle is developing an intelligence and analytics platform to help businesses better manage and make sense of their cybersecurity data.
YouTube

YouTube Pledges $5 Million to Fund 'Positive' Videos

Following the Logan Paul 'suicide forest' video controversy, YouTube this week promised to spend $5 million this year funding videos that promote positive social messages.