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Conservative news upstarts are looking to cash in on Trump's viewers
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Conservative news upstarts are looking to cash in on Trump's viewers

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Today's news: Conservative news upstarts look to cash in on Trump, Snap will pay creators, and consulting startups take on Deloitte and McKinsey.

Media executives and financial firms are making a land grab for Fox News viewers and Trump supporters, and a new player just entered the race

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Snapchat is launching a TikTok-like tab called Spotlight and offering users $1 million to submit entertaining posts

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An inside look at how 2 startups are disrupting the way professional services firms like Deloitte and McKinsey do business

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