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The new CEO of one of the hottest retail companies is suddenly stepping down

Bonobos CEO Fran Della Badia has left the rapidly growing men's clothing brand after three months on the job. Cofounder and chairman Andy Dunn is returning as CEO. The company says that Della Badia, formerly the president of Coach's North American retail division, ultimately was not the right fit for the company. Show More Summary

100 psychology experiments repeated, less than half successful

Large-scale effort to replicate scientific studies produces some mixed results.

A startup launches next month that delivers grilled cheese straight to your door — and I got to try every flavor concoction

Cheese Posties is a London-based startup that claims to be the "world's first grilled cheese subscription." The company offers dozens of different combinations of gourmet cheese toasties — like mascarpone and biscuit butter, Gruyere and caramelized onion, goats cheese and pesto — to chomp on each week. Show More Summary

Thread, The U.K. Online Personal Styling Service For Men, Scores $8M Series A

Using a mixture of algorithms and human stylists, London-based Thread works on the premise that a lot of men hate clothes shopping, however much they like stylish attire. Read More

Scammers are targeting some of London's biggest tech startups with a 'sophisticated' email trick

Scammers are attempting to steal money from some of London's best-known startups in a targeted campaign that involves bogus payment requests emailed to executives. Business Insider understands that around 10 well-funded London startups have been targeted, although there is no evidence that any of the companies have actually fallen for the scam. Show More Summary

Contactless cards are going to get rid of one of the most frustrating things about making card payments

So far there has been one annoying thing stopping a seamless transition to card payments. Visa and MasterCard charge merchants a fee every time a transaction is made. In order to counteract these fees, smaller merchants — especially,...Show More Summary

Swedish Card-Reader Startup iZettle Raises More Cash

Sweden's iZettle, a startup that makes credit-card readers that turn mobile devices into portable teller machines, has raised an additional €60 million in equity to help launch a new service that offers cash advances to small businesses.

Facebook Introduces New Tools to Crack Down on Video Copyright Violations

Facing pressure and criticism from many Web video creators, Facebook is introducing a new set of tools designed to make it easier to prevent people from posting video content to its site without permission.

A Pirate Bay founder was rearrested just hours after his release from jail

Gottfrid Svartholm, a founder of The Pirate Bay, was rearrested just hours after being freed from a Danish prison, TorrentFreak reports. Svartholm, who is Swedish, was serving a multi-year sentence in Denmark and is now likely to be extradited back to Sweden, a decision he is appealing. Show More Summary

A key Apple Music exec is leaving the company (AAPL)

Apple Music executive Ian Rogers is leaving the company, the Financial Times reports. Formerly CEO of Beats Music, Rogers joined Apple last year when it acquired his company for $3 billion (£1.9 billion). Since then he has led the development of Beats 1, hiring former BBC presenter Radio 1 presenter Zane Lowe as the face of the new project. Show More Summary

Here's what Motorola's next smartwatches will look like

Leaked pictures of the next generation of Moto 360 have arrived on the Web and appear to show two new sizes: a small model, called the 360S, and a large model, named 360L. Earlier this month, documents filed to the Brazilian authorities revealed that the next generation of Moto 360 would come in two sizes and the pictures appear to confirm this. Show More Summary

This startup CEO says there's one key mindset separating the winners and the losers in the online news business

To charge, or not to charge? It's the existential question facing publishers when it comes to monetizing their content online. Piano Media, which recently merged with online paywall expert Tinypass, is a software platform that helpsShow More Summary

Soundcloud is being sued for not paying musicians royalties

A major British rights organisation is suing music streaming service Soundcloud over its failure to pay royalties to musicians. In an email sent to its members, the Performing Rights Society for Music (PRS) announced that it felt itShow More Summary

10 things in tech you need to know today (GOOG, AAPL, FB, MSFT)

Good morning! Here's the tech news you need to know going into the weekend. 1. Google has responded to the EU's antitrust allegations. Google says that it doesn't feel its actions were anti-competitive. 2. Apple will reveal its next iPhone on September 9. Show More Summary

iZettle Gets $67M To Expand From Mobile Payments To Small Business Financing

European mobile payments player, iZettle, is expanding into what amounts to small business loans — announcing a capital advance product, called iZettle Advance, which will be available to select iZettle customers who need funds to grow their own businesses. So it’s basically moving onto even more of the territory where traditional banks fear to tread. Read More

Chief Digital Officer: 5 tips to better social media in business

Learn how to use social media from Sree Sreenivasan, Chief Digital Officer at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. These tips come from a former journalism professor and will help you gain influence and build your personal br...

Why Uber is pouring money into developing autonomous cars

Uber is partnering with the University of Arizona on a new project to develop the mapping and optics technologies necessary for fully autonomous vehicles, according to an article from The Verge. Uber will be working with experts from...Show More Summary

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