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Kristen is in the airport lounge and glares perched on the corner of a café bench, as the TechCrunch team is in transit after today’s Disrupt. We really miss our best work (💯) and stop (figuratively And the Literally) from an abundance of splendor this week. Enjoy the Daily Crunch, and see you next week!

Oh, and we know we mentioned this yesterday, but the good thing is worth repeating: Great congratulations Minerva Lithium and their $100,000 Startup Battlefield win! – Christine And the pilgrim

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  • abstinence: Manly… masculine He has some news from Amazon, which says some hardware sellers are choosing not to have TV partnership deals with the delivery giant for fear of Google’s retaliation.
  • Get ready for a price hike!YouTube Premium plans to raise prices — by $5 in some cases — for subscription plans in more countries, including the US, UK, Canada and Argentina, Evan reports.
  • What goes up, must come down: Another one by our wonderful colleague Manly… masculinewhich reported that shares of the Indian logistics company fell to an “all-time low” after reporting a poor growth report.

Startups and VC

Draymond Green, a two-time Olympic gold medalist and professional basketball player for the Golden State Warriors, says he Working with well-known investors involved in technology. That wasn’t a huge secret — Green had historically been quite public about his investments, like SmileDirectClub — but until TechCrunch was disabled, he hadn’t previously identified investment partners, nor made clear he had no plans to start a fund. Himself, Kyle reports. Could you See all Draymond chat (Including some interesting conversations about this video that was moving) with him Brian.

When Conrad Parker founded Rippling in 2016, the HR company initially focused on the employee onboarding process. It has since evolved, Mary Ann reports. Yesterday, at TechCrunch Disrupt, Rippling revealed what Conrad described The biggest breakthrough in his career The new global payroll product.

You know the drill – five more, count them! No, seriously, count them. We are very tired today and may have miscalculated.

Dear Sophie: How do I start running while I am in the OPT?

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Dear Sophie,

I am an international student in the US in F-1 status. I will be graduating with a bachelor’s degree in computer science in May and plan to apply to OPT. I want to launch a startup company.

Can I do that with OPT? What options do I have after OPT to continue growing my company?

Founder looking to the future

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Big Tech Inc.

What would you say to a company that has just about everything? Well, Google doesn’t think it has it all when it comes to its presence in India and it has some word choice for some of the regulators in the country. in reply to yesterday A fine of 162 million dollarsGoogle responded to competition regulators in India saying that Demand represents ‘a major setback for Indian consumers and businesses’ And that it “opens up serious security risks for Indians who trust Android’s security features.” Manly… masculine He has more.

We also can’t ignore this sexy piece of… that came out yesterday. With Elon Musk’s deal to acquire Twitter now seemingly nearing the end, Taylor Reports suggest that the social media giant’s layoffs may now be greater than originally expected. she writes that Twitter discounts could be up to 75%. For those counting at home, that’s like 5,600 people. Not cool.

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