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3 Things To Know

Cadillac Reveals Electric SUV, Choose Your Own Adventure Sues Netflix, and Kylie Jenner Is Beaten by an Egg (60-Second Video)

Here are three things entrepreneurs should know today.
Entrepreneur Staff
Special Projects Director
1 min read
  • Cadillac shocked the Detroit Auto Show with a first look at its all-new electric SUV. Though details are scarce, the concept crossover will be the first of a range of vehicles that will be built on GM's new EV platform.
  • Netflix is being sued by the Choose Your Own Adventure book publishers over its interactive Black Mirror episode, "Bandersnatch." The lawsuit clams that Netflix not only infringed on their trademark, but that the episode is so dark it will tarnish the books’ reputation.
  • A picture of an egg has beaten Kylie Jenner as most-liked Instagram post of all time. The photograph, uploaded on January 4th, had the explicit aim of overtaking Jenner’s record-breaking birth announcement and currently has just over 29 million likes.

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