WhatsApp's Brian Acton Reveals Why Had He Quit & Walmart Foundation Supports Indian Farmers: 4 Things to Know Today

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1. Mark Zuckerberg gets on wrong foot with app creators. After Instagram founders’ resignation, WhatsApp co-founder Brian Acton has confirmed Facebook’s monetization policies as the reason for him quitting.

2. Walmart plans to dig its heels in India through farming. Walmart Foundation has confirmed the investment of $25 million in India for improving farmers' livelihoods over the next 5 years.

3. Amazon makes its physical presence. The tech giant is opening its first ever physical store in New York city called Amazon 4-star to sell its best rated products by its online customers.

4. WhatsApp joins hands with Reliance Jio. In a bid to combat fake news, the two giants are working closely to spread awareness against false messages

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