Michael Seres, an influential patient who hacked together a 'smart' ostomy bag, dies at 51

Michael Seres was one of the first patient inventors to get clearance for a medical device. He died from a sepsis infection after a lifelong battle with Crohn’s Disease.
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Zoom revenue grew 169% during the quarter, and the company doubled its revenue guidance for the year

Zoom has been a darling of the work-from-home culture brought on by coronavirus, and the company’s revenue growth accelerated in its most recent quarter.
Read more: Zoom revenue grew 169% during the quarter, and the company doubled its revenue guidance for the year

Stitch Fix is laying off 1,400 employees in California, and plans to hire in lower-cost U.S. cities

StitchFix CEO Katrina Lake said, “We have taken the very difficult decision to reduce the number of Stylists in our styling team in California, as we invest in our other styling hubs across the US”
Read more: Stitch Fix is laying off 1,400 employees in California, and plans to hire in lower-cost U.S. cities

Trump-appointed FCC commissioner says Twitter CEO is 'weaponizing' his business for his 'partisan political beliefs'

Republican FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr said Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey is “weaponizing” the company for “his own partisan political beliefs.”
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Apple cuts iPhone prices in China to keep momentum going as economy continues to reopen

The iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 11 Pro Max and iPhone SE have discounts on Apple’s official store on Alibaba-owned Tmall in China as part of a major online shopping festival.
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Amazon sees strong demand for pepper spray and Black Lives Matter merchandise as protests rage

Amazon’s Sports and Outdoors category showed pepper spray as the top-selling item, while a rechargeable taser was listed at No.44, illustrating that consumers are buying self-defense items amid protests that have turned violent in some areas of the country.
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