IKEA Plans to Make Bengal a Sourcing Hub & Google is Spreading Positivity: 4 Things to Know Today

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1. IKEA puts India plans to action. Having recently entered the Indian market, the Swedish home furnishing giant is planning to make Bengal one of its sourcing hubs for its worldwide operations.

2. Facebook says no to fake news.  The social media giant has removed 652 fake accounts for targeting world politics. These accounts’ coordinated inauthentic behavior reportedly led to their doom.

3. Sequoia to invest $695 million in India and Southeast Asia. The investment firm plans to unleash the potential of technology, consumer and healthcare startups in the two regions with these funds.

4. Google promotes positivity. The tech giant is testing a new feature that will fill your news feed with positive stories. To brighten their day, the user just needs to ask the assistant “tell me something good”.

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