Remember thefrom earlier this year? One of the key players in that saga was the , and that notoriety earned Robinhood's CEO a moment on the hot seat in a congressional hearing. At issue was how the app works -- and specifically, whether its business model has the best interests of its users in mind.
As Robinhood edges closer to its own debut on the stock market, the scrutiny continues. CNET's Rich Nieva took an in-depth look at the company, the app and the common concern that Robinhood users aren't quite clear about what's going on or what they're really getting themselves into.
That's just one of the in-depth features and thought-provoking commentaries that appeared on CNET this week. So here you go. These are the stories you don't want to miss:
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