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"We think creators are going to love having their content snipped up."

A new audio platform launches tomorrow that offers everything from courtroom arguments to religious sermons. Senior reporter Ben Bergman talks to founder and CEO Audra Gold about how she's trying to build the Youtube of audio.

Senators grill Facebook, Twitter CEOs, warn of tougher regulation of social media.

The electric car industry now has its own lobbying group.

Softbank CEO feels 'stupid' for passing up early investments in Tesla, Amazon.

But, Softbank still has $80B to spend.

SpaceX crew arrives at the International Space Station.

Conan O'Brien leaves late-night for HBO Max.

Twitter posts disappear with new Fleets feature.

Microsoft expects Xbox Series X shortages until April.

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Can Vurbl Create the Youtube of Audio?

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Is Amazon a Threat to GoodRx?

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Create Millions By Solving Your Own Problem

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