Google Fined $57 Million, Howard Schultz Exploring Presidential Run and Spotify's 'Mute Artist' Feature (60-Second Video)

Here are three things entrepreneurs should know today.
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  • Google has been fined nearly $57 million by French regulators for violating Europe’s tough new data-privacy rules. This is the biggest GDPR penalty brought against a U.S. technology giant since the regionwide regulations took effect last year.
  • Former Starbucks CEO, Howard Schultz, is exploring a 2020 run for president as an independent candidate, according to CNN. He stepped down from his position at Starbucks last year, and at the time said he may consider a White House bid.
  • Don't want to listen to a certain artist on Spotify? You'll soon be able to mute any artists you don't want to hear. The music streaming service is currently testing the “don’t play this artist” feature in its latest iOS app.

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