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Cambridge Analytica is shutting down, Amazon takes a swipe at Walmart, and other news

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Cambridge Analytica
Political research firm Cambridge Analytica is shutting down. It’s been engulfed in scandal after reports that it had improperly accessed data from millions of Facebook members.
Amazon made a formal offer to buy 60% of Flipkart for $12B, reports CNBC. This overshadows Walmart's efforts to buy part of the Indian e-commerce site.
Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi may have the biggest IPO since Alibaba’s $25B in 2014. Xiaomi has filed to go public in Hong Kong and could be valued at as much as $100B.
“The stakes are really high for Walmart. It will be very hard for them to win India back if they miss this opportunity.” Brian Yarbrough, analyst with Edward Jones
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