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A middle school student who was bullied for her Afro promised to return to school 'bigger and better' in an inspirational video
Promise Sawyers started fifth grade at Head Middle Magnet in Nashville, Tennessee, in August. After students made fun of her Afro, she made a touching inspirational video that her mother later posted to Facebook. "Today I'm going to go to school and I'm going to come back bigger and better. Don't let anyone tell steal your joy. Don't give them that power," she said. Visit INSIDER's homepage for more stories. A 10-year-old girl in Nashville, Tennessee, who said she was bullied for wearing her hair in an afro made an inspiring video promising to return to school "bigger and better" than before. Promise Sawyers told FOX 17 that she has worn her hair naturally her whole life. When starting fifth grade at a new school — Head Middle Magnet — in August, Promise first wore her hair in braids, but a few days in, she decided to wear it in an afro. "I felt confident and pretty," Sawyers told FOX 17 about her hair. "At my old school, people thought my hair was cool." Though Promise was discouraged by her new classmates' comments about her hair, she decided to take the high road, and even made an inspirational hype video for herself. "I went to school and I wore my hair in an afro like this, and a lot of people had a lot of mean things to say about it," Promise says the video. "So that made me feel some type of way.
Roku's Rough Week: A Constructive Pullback For The Stock?
Roku Inc (NASDAQ: ROKU ) shares have experienced a steady sell-off this week, culminating in a 20% drop on Friday. Here’s a closer look at the fundamental headlines behind the sell-off and the stock’s technical outlook heading into next week. Negative Headlines On Wednesday , The Verge reported that Facebook, Inc. (NASDAQ: FB ) is preparing to launch a clip-on camera for use in video calling, content co-watching and AR gaming. Facebook’s Portal TV could be a major threat to Roku devices. That same day , Comcast Corporation (NYSE: CMCSA ) announced a new free set-top box for cord-cutters that could also be a direct competitor to Roku. Wall Street Reacts Several analysts stepped in to defend Roku following the negative headlines. D.A. Davidson analyst Tom Forte reiterated his Buy rating and $185 price target for Roku. “We recommend investors purchase shares and take advantage of yesterday's pull-back, down roughly … Full story available on Benzinga.com
Facebook says it suspended 'tens of thousands' of apps for misusing data as part of its investigation into the Cambridge Analytica scandal (FB)
Facebook announced Friday it had suspended "tens of thousands" of apps for misusing customer data in the last year and a half. The company launched a full-fledged investigation into its apps and developers in March 2018 after it admitted to mishandling the personal data of more than 87 million customers, which was improperly obtained by data analytics firm Cambridge Analytica. Facebook says that these apps only came from about 400 developers, and that its review of apps is "by no means finished." The Federal Trade Commission hit Facebook with a $5 billion fine in July due to the company's mishandling of user data that came to light post-Cambridge Analytica. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Facebook says it has suspended "tens of thousands" of apps from its platform for misusing and mishandling data in the year and a half since the Cambridge Analytica scandal, and Facebook's failure to properly protect billions of users' personal info, first came to light. It wasn't until March 2018 that the sheer scale of the Cambridge Analytica security incident was reported: Over 87 million Facebook users had their personal data obtained by the political data-analytics firm via an external app in 2015, and the social network allegedly waited another two years to disclose that it had happened.
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Small businesses sell half the stuff on Amazon. Now, the tech giant is rolling out three new prizes to recognize its small business partners, including Small Business of the Year. (AMZN)
Nominations are now open for Small Business of the Year, Woman-Owned Small Business of the Year, and Small Business Owner Under 30 of the Year Active Amazon Seller or Vendor small businesses can nominate themselves on the award's website until October 6. Finalists will be announced in mid-October to be voted on by Amazon customers. The three winners will receive a bundle of perks, including meetings with Amazon senior leaders at the company's Seattle headquarters. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories . Amazon announced Friday morning an award program that reflects its increasing attention to its small business partners. More than one million US-based Small and Medium-sized Businesses, or SMBs, sell products through Amazon. Globally, SMBs sold half of all the stuff bought on the platform last year. Starting Friday, SMBs that sell on Amazon can nominate themselves to be considered for the title of 2019's Small Business of the Year. Two more categories – Woman-Owned and Owner Under 30 – round out the trio of awards that come with a prize package of dedicated account management, advertising and promotion assistance, and a visit to the Seattle HQ.
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