WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW
- Amazon's HQ2: Let the Backlash Begin. (Starting With the 235 Communitie Amazon Just Said Weren't Good Enough)
- Have a Business Credit Card? You Might Owe Tax on the Rewards
- Here's Why You Should Stop Comparing Yourself to Others
- 4 Things You Should Encourage in the Next Sales Manager You Hire
- Juul Suspends Retail Sales of Flavored E-Cigarettes
- GameStop's Black Friday deals on Xbox One and PS4 start Sunday, Nov. 18 - CNET
- Amazon announces NYC and Northern Virginia as HQ2 winners - CNET
- NASA set to broadcast its first Mars landing in six years - CNET
- Drunk online shopper wakes up to live pig, peacock and giant salamander - CNET
- Black Friday 2018 smartwatch and fitness tracker deals: $80 off Apple Watch, $50 off Fitbit Versa - CNET
- Microsoft Patches Zero-Day Bug in Win7, Server 2008 and 2008 R2
- Google’s G Suite, Search and Analytics Taken Down in Hijacking
- Unpatched Android OS Flaw Allows Adversaries to Track User Location
- Adobe Fixes Acrobat and Reader Flaw With Publicly-Available PoC
- Podcast: IoT Firms Face a ‘Tidal Wave’ of Lawsuits, Attorney Explains
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