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Aaron Pressman


Boston, MA, United States

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Recent articles by Aaron:

How Reliance Jio Became India’s Wireless Wonder

How an Indian telecom company went from zero to 331 million subscribers in three years. → Read More

Why Wall Street is Losing Control of Tech IPOs—Data Sheet

Slack and Spotify went public without a traditional IPO. many more tech startups could follow. → Read More

Apple Card Review: A (Mostly) Rewarding Way to Pay

Apple takes a swipe at competitors' plastic by making it easy to earn cash back. → Read More

How Target Used Less Tech to Succeed—Data Sheet

Target CEO Brian Cornell closed innovation programs to boost sales. → Read More

Inside the Bananas, Bonkers, and Unbelievable WeWork IPO Filing—Data Sheet

WeWork CEO Adam Neumann has rented buildings to his own company and licensed it a trademark for $6 million. → Read More

Why Twitter Has Regrets About Killing Vine. Hint: It’s Called TikTok—Data Sheet

Twitter execs are sorry they shutdown short video app Vine now that TikTok is so popular. → Read More

CBS Viacom Merger: A New Giant Will Challenge Netflix

The Viacom CBS merger will deal Netflix a new media giant to compete with for streaming video subscribers, as well as in content licensing negotiations. → Read More

Climacell's Weather App Can Forecast Areas as Small as a City Block

The startup's new, free uses 600 million devices to figure out the forecast. → Read More

TikTok Owner Bytedance Wants to Get Into Search, Too

Bytedance, which owns TikTok, has created a mobile search app for China. → Read More

Why Your Favorite Shows Aren’t on Netflix Anymore—Data Sheet

Want to watch the new mini series of The Little Drummer Girl online? Good luck. → Read More

How Amazon, Apple, Google, and Microsoft Created an Eavesdropping Explosion—Data Sheet

Google, Amazon, Apple, and Microsoft had humans eavesdropping on private conversations to improve apps like Siri and Skype. → Read More

The Galaxy Note 10 Is Microsoft’s Long-Awaited iPhone Killer—Made by Samsung

Tying up with Samsung is a clever way for Microsoft to fight Apple in the PC market. → Read More

Google, Amazon, Facebook Battle Locals For India Payments Dominance

Google, Amazon, and facebook are racing Indian startups like Freecharge, Mobikwik, Citrus, and BharatPe. → Read More

Meet the Humble CEO Who Wants to Build the Biggest Cybersecurity Company Ever—Data Sheet

Cybereason CEO Lior Div just raised another $200 million to expand his firm. → Read More

Cord Cutting Is Canceling Television Subscriptions at a Record Rate in 2019—and Cable Company Stocks Are Loving It

Some four million customers a year are cutting the cord, but cable companies are making up the lost revenue in other ways. → Read More

What’s in Your Wallet: Should You Get the Apple Credit Card?—Data Sheet

Apple's new credit card arrives soon, but who should get one and who should stick with what's already in their (digital) wallet? → Read More

Why the Stock Prices of Dell, Cisco, and Other Big Tech Companies Are Plunging

Stocks prices of Dell, Cisco Systems, and HP crashed after NetApp warned its revenue would shrink for the next year. → Read More

Verizon’s Unlimited Plans Are Getting Cheaper. Here’s What You Need to Know

Verizon introduced four, new unlimited plans with lower prices and revised features like high-quality streaming video. → Read More

Strava, Fitbit, Garmin, and Fitness Apps Growing

More people are using fitness tracking apps like Strava, Fitbit, and Garmin and connecting them to gear like an Apple Watch. → Read More

Floor Cleaning Robots Helped Drive Tennant Stock Higher

Tennant's share price is getting a boost from sales of its line of floor cleaning robots. → Read More