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The Reddit geek who raked in $100,000 with 2 trades is ‘taking a small break’
on 18th of Oct 2019 “It’s a bit weird not trading options anymore, but I’m sure I’ll do it again sometime in the near future!”

Imgur won’t support Reddit’s NSFW communities anymore because they put its ‘business at risk’
on 18th of Oct 2019 In a blog post published earlier this week, image-sharing site Imgur wrote that it won’t display any content from Reddit’s NSFW communities on its site. If you search for, say, r/NSFW on Imgur, you’ll

Google and Reddit defend law protecting tech companies from liability for user
(Oct 2019) (Reuters) — A 23-year-old law giving technology companies legal protection from lawsuits over user-generated content remains critical to the internet’s future, Alphabet’s Google unit and social media

Reddit’s First Content Sharing Integration is With Snapchat
on 18th of Oct 2019 Reddit content can now be shared directly to Snapchat, which marks Reddit’s first-ever native content sharing capabilities. To share Reddit content in Snapchat, simply tap the “share” icon while

A Guy on Reddit Turns $766 Into $107,758 on Two Options Trades
(Oct 2019) Burry’s posts were thoughtful, well-reasoned and showed deep research. The sub-Reddit WallStreetBets, with the tagline “Like 4chan found a Bloomberg terminal,” is rarely any of those things. The forum

‘Like 4chan found a Bloomberg terminal’: Here’s how one Reddit user raked in a 14,000% return on two simple trades
on 18th of Oct 2019 Eddie Choi, member of the WallStreetBets Reddit page, turned $766 into $107,758 by trading options on Roku stock and an S&P 500 exchange-traded fund.

“Today I Learned” the best knowledge bits of the week from the popular Reddit site
(Oct 2019) WGN Nightside host Jon Hansen brings back the popular segment “Today I learned” where Jon Hansen, WGN news man Roger Badesch and producer Michael Heidemann crack wise about the knowledge they’ve

Reddit’s Roxy Young on growing the site’s user base (especially among women)
(Oct 2019) Reddit bills itself as “the front page of the internet” with more than 300 million average monthly active users. But from a marketer’s perspective, much of it represents an untapped audience “We’re

Lawmakers urge trade officials to remove liability shield for Google, Reddit, other tech companies
(Oct 2019) “Including provisions in trade agreements that are controversial to both Republicans and Democrats is not the way to get support from Congress,” House Energy and Commerce Committee Chairman Frank

Reddit-born engineering group buys leftovers of failed hyperloop startup Arrivo
(Oct 2019) Reddit-born hyperloop and engineering collective rLoop has bought the intellectual property of Arrivo, a fellow hyperloop startup that went out of business last December, The Verge has learned. rLoop

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