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Just because you built a company doesn't mean you can run it, said investor Paul Meeks.
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CNBC Contributor Dan Nathan talks about Twitter's pop in shares in the options pit.
Omada Health laid off about 20 people in departments across the organization.
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Dowson Tong, president of the social network group at Tencent, said the A.I. industry in China is very active, with players developing their own expertise.
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