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Quibi will shut down ‘on or around’ December 1st

  • Quibi will shut down for good “on or around December 1st,” according to a new blog posted on the company’s support site.
  • The announcement comes one day after company executives declared Quibi was shutting down for good.
  • Earlier today, co-founder Jeffrey Katzenberg told CNBC the company is currently trying to find buyers for its shows.
  • It’s unclear how many of those shows Quibi owns the rights to, or for how long, but Katzenberg said he believes there are interested parties.
  • Quibi’s executives are currently in the process of trying to wind down the company and figure out how to get investors back part of their money.
  • The company is also still currently embroiled in an ongoing lawsuit with Eko, whose founder claims that Katzenberg’s team ripped off Eko’s streaming technology for Quibi’s “Turnstyle” feature.
  • Some people predicted Quibi would ultimately fail before the company even launched.

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Emma Roberts blocked her mom on Instagram after she leaked pregnancy news

  • During a recent appearance on "Jimmy Kimmel Live," the "American Horror Story" actress revealed that she got into an Instagram war with her mother after she leaked news of Roberts' pregnancy.
  • According to Roberts, her mother, Kelly Cunningham, is not tech savvy and had a flip phone until three years ago.
  • So the "Scream Queens" star got her mom an iPhone for Mother's Day. Seems like the trouble started when Cunningham set up Google alerts about her daughter and started checking in often about the veracity of some of the stories floating around.
  • After a tabloid reported speculation that Roberts and her boyfriend, Garrett Hedlund, were expecting her first child, one of her Instagram followers asked her if it was true in the comments.
  • Cunningham didn't understand all of the fuss because she confused the tabloid report with Roberts going public.

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Bain's CEO on the biggest problems facing companies during coronavirus - Business Insider

  • Manny Maceda, the CEO of consulting firm Bain & Company, thinks there's three key problems every company needs to solve right now.
  • These problems are digital transformation, defining a corporate purpose, and preserving social capital among employees.
  • Speaking at Business Insider's Global Trends Festival, Maceda said most companies need to shift their strategy to be successful during the pandemic — and the first thing they need to do is to embrace new technology.
  • The coronavirus pandemic also has chief executives thinking more deeply about their corporate purpose.
  • While executives focus on refining their corporate purpose and digital transformation, it's easy to forget one of the most important parts of your company: Employees.
  • This is especially hard for consulting firms, which tend to hire big classes of college or MBA graduates who are now deprived of the in-person bonding experience due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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Bain's CEO on the biggest problems facing companies during coronavirus - Business Insider

  • Manny Maceda, the CEO of consulting firm Bain & Company, thinks there's three key problems every company needs to solve right now.
  • These problems are digital transformation, defining a corporate purpose, and preserving social capital among employees.
  • Speaking at Business Insider's Global Trends Festival, Maceda said most companies need to shift their strategy to be successful during the pandemic — and the first thing they need to do is to embrace new technology.
  • The coronavirus pandemic also has chief executives thinking more deeply about their corporate purpose.
  • While executives focus on refining their corporate purpose and digital transformation, it's easy to forget one of the most important parts of your company: Employees.
  • This is especially hard for consulting firms, which tend to hire big classes of college or MBA graduates who are now deprived of the in-person bonding experience due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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