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Marissa Mayer Resigns, Worm Grows Second Head In Space, Swedish Microchip Implants For Train Rides

Richard Bradbury | Jeff Sandhu | Arvindh Yuvaraj

15-Jun-17 12:00

Marissa Mayer Resigns, Worm Grows Second Head In Space, Swedish Microchip Implants For Train Rides

In today's Enterprise Biz Bytes, Richard Bradbury, Jeff Sandhu and Arvindh Yuvaraj talk about:

 

1:01 - Verizon Closes $4.5b Acquisition Of Yahoo, Marissa Mayer Resigns

7:21 - College Students Would Give Up Their Friends’ Privacy For Free Pizza

11:17 - Three Men In Thailand Reportedly Ran A Clickfarm With Over 300,000 Sim Cards And 400 Iphones

19:45 - This Worm Grew A Second Head After A Trip To Space

26:35 - Swedes Are Using A Microchip In Their Hand To Pay For Train Tickets


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Tags:  biz bytesenterpriseVerizonYahooMarissa MayerPrivacyThailandClickfarmWorm in spaceSwedishMicrochip ImplantTrain tickets





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