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Booting Up: Naveen Selvadurai Admits He Didn’t Want to Leave Foursquare

Business dudes doing business. (Photo by Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images)

Business dudes doing business. (Photo by Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images)

Naveen Selvadurai finally admitted that he didn’t want to leave Foursquare and his exit was pretty crushing. [Fast Company]

Twitter’s having a tough time balancing its grand global goals with being a free-speech free-for-all. [Wall Street Journal]

Jeff Bezos and Don Graham negotiated the Washington Post sale during the Sun Valley conference. [Reuters]

“This is maybe going out on a little bit of a limb: but look, he’s buying a lot of political influence. And we can’t discard the fact that Amazon hasn’t been an enormous player, at least up until the dispute over sales taxes, and in buying The Washington Post, he has a seat at the table.” [The New Republic]

Apple will replace any non-Apple chargers you might have for a mere $10, after a Chinese woman was reportedly electrocuted while using a off-brand charger. [The Verge]

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