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I'm not saying that Apple should recreate Snapchat — it doesn't have to.
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President Trump will ask Congress for dramatic cuts as he seeks to bulk up defense spending, start building a border wall and spend more money deporting immigrants.
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Off-price retailers TJX, Ross and Burlington plan to open more than 200 U.S. stores combined this year.
Chamath Palihapitiya, founder and CEO of venture firm Social Capital, questions why Snap is focusing its strategy so narrowly.
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