After Fortune called to attention the fact that Elon Musk didn't notify shareholders about that fatal self-driving car crash, Musk and Tesla aggressively pushed back. Now the SEC is looking into the incident, and the whole self-driving industry is paying close attention to the investigation.
[Johana Bhuiyan | Recode]
Over the last months, most of Vine's top executives have left the company. External counters, like comScore, say the video service's reach has shrunk; internal sources say the same thing. Twitter, which owns Vine, says Vine is important to its future, but Twitter has its own problems to solve.
[Kurt Wagner | Recode]
Twitter has been making a big push to get its hands on live video it can show its users. The latest deal, via a pact with CBS: It will stream a feed from CBSN — the network's free 24-hour digital service — during the Democratic and Republican conventions.
[Kurt Wagner| Recode]
On Monday, reports surfaced suggesting that Pokémon Go's full access to users' Google accounts might pose a serious privacy risk. On Monday night, Pokémon Go maker Niantic Labs said that the full access requirement was an "error," the app only uses "basic" information and that the company is working with Google on a fix. Here's a rundown of Recode's other Pokémon coverage, including the return of that horrible theme song.
After an extremely slow start to the year, another tech company is poking at an IPO. This time it's cloud software startup Coupa, which scored a billion dollar valuation last summer. Perhaps Twilio's highly successful public offering is changing some minds.
[Liana B. Baker | Reuters]
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