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Weekly News Roundup's Massive Fall: Your Weekly News Roundup

Data & Featured Lists Editor
3 min read

When you're running a business, it's tough to keep abreast of the latest news. We do the hard work for you with our weekly recaps designed to help you brush up on the latest small business, tech and innovation moves.

  • Fab sells to an Irish company for far less than its former $1 billion valuation. Laura Entis covers the e-commerce company's transformation from investor darling to cautionary tale, and how its co-founder plans to fail forward.
  • Editor Peter Page breaks down the FCC's historic decision on net neutrality. The debate that has unfolded over the past year has concluded with what appears to be permanent protection of the Internet as an open platform for entrepreneurs and free speech.
  • It's official: Pebble Time is the most successful Kickstarter project ever. Our Nina Zipkin reports on the smartwatch's hit crowdfunding campaign. She also lists the top 10 most funded projects in Kickstarter history.
  • And Tinder rolls out its premium account features, but senior writer Kim LaChance Shandrow says its controversial pricing structure may be a turn-off for singles older than 30 years-old.

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