10 Things You Need To Know This Morning

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Good morning! Here’s the news:

  • Jack Dorsey is backing away from Twitter and spending more time working at his payments startup Square.
  • Ellen Pao is still showing up for work every day at Kleiner Perkins even though she’s suing the firm. Awkward.
  • Researchers claim that the calendar feature on LinkedIn’s app transmits the user’s personal information back to LinkedIn’s servers. The company quickly updated the app in response.
  • Here are all the photos from Airtime’s ridiculous star-studded launch party yesterday.
  • Airtime may already be having its first brush with controversy. It turns out the service takes photos of every person who is using it.
  • NASDAQ is planning to compensate some of Facebook’s early investors over the botched IPO.
  • Business Insider’s Jay Yarow argues that Android is losing the platform war and could potentially lose the battle for marketshare as well.
  • Tensions are running high at Foxconn. There are reports that 1,000 workers at the manufacturing plant rioted Monday night over a tiny incident.
  • Samsung is investing money in a secret weapon against Apple.
  • In case you missed it: Check out this tour of Pinterest’s Palo Alto office, where employees get weekly happy hours and lots of fan swag.

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