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Beyond India: Kylie Jenner Becomes a Billionaire & Donald Trump's Weak Name Reconciliation

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1. Kylie Jenner is the youngest self-made billionaire. The 21-year-old beauty entrepreneur has dethroned Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg who achieved the momentous feat at 23.

2. Grab is upping its funding game. The Southeast Asian ride-hailing giant has raised another $1.5 billion from Softbank Vision Fund, taking its ongoing funding round to $4.5 billion.

3. Amazon’s retail strategy evolves. Owing to its expanding retail operations, the e-commerce giant has closed down dozens of its pop-up stores in the United States.

4. Donald Trump has given the world another topic to talk about. During a recent meeting with the Apple CEO, the president unmistakably called Tim Cook “Tim Apple.” And now, Twitter bombarded with all kinds of memes.

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