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Uber CEO, Travis Kalanick, has left the President's Economic Advisory Council.
Kalanick says that his joining of the group was not meant to be an endorsement but it has unfortunately been received as just that.
A #deleteUber movement erupted last week after the service dropped surge pricing at JFK Airport Which was also interpreted as a resistance to the protesting nap.
Nap the makers of snapchat is going public.
The company valued somewhere between 20 and 25 billion dollars.
One of the New York stock exchange with the ticker symbols snap during it's offering snap is looking to raise 3 billion dollar.
The Surface currently boasts 158 million daily users, generated over 400 million dollars in sales in 2016.
And finally, Mozilla is laying off 50 employees as the non-profit shuts down its connected devices arm, a division which has been working on products like connected TVs.
The move isn't indicative of Mozilla's overall performance though, the company pulled in $421 million last year.
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