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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The owner of U.S. tabloid newspaper the National Enquirer pushed back on Friday against accusations of “extortion and blackmail” from Amazon.com Inc chief Jeff Bezos, saying its reporting on an extramarital affair involving the world’s richest man was lawful and it would investigate his claims. Bezos on Thursday accused American Media Inc
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(Reuters) – Spotify posted its first ever quarterly operating profit on Wednesday driven by a strong gross margin and slower-than-expected headcount growth, but it warned of a loss in 2019 and issued modest forecasts which disappointed investors. The world’s most popular paid music streaming service, which has said it prioritizes growth over profitability, posted fourth-quarter
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(Reuters) – Slack Technologies Inc said on Monday it had confidentially applied with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission to list shares publicly, moving business messaging service a step closer to going public in what is expected to be a high-profile year for initial public offerings. A screenshot of the messaging service Slack. REUTERS/Courtesy Slack
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