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Marketplace Tech for Wednesday, September 17, 2014
Sep 17, 2014

Marketplace Tech for Wednesday, September 17, 2014

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A state law signed by California Governor Jerry Brown has signed a new law that stops restaurants from pursuing legal action against customers who give them negative reviews. Why is this law necessary, and how will it impact businesses and the Yelp community at large? And Twitch CEO and Co-Founder Emmett Shear talks about selling to Amazon, and how mobile games are catching up with the company’s ambitions.


A state law signed by California Governor Jerry Brown has signed a new law that stops restaurants from pursuing legal action against customers who give them negative reviews. Why is this law necessary, and how will it impact businesses and the Yelp community at large? And Twitch CEO and Co-Founder Emmett Shear talks about selling to Amazon, and how mobile games are catching up with the company’s ambitions.

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