Amazon just broke out advertising for the first time in its earnings. Here's everything we know about its growing ad business.

While $31 billion is a tiny sliver of Amazon's revenue from retail sales and Amazon Web Services, advertising is its fastest-growing area.
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Amazon just broke out advertising for the first time in its earnings. Here's everything we know about its growing ad business.

Amazon just broke out advertising for the first time in its earnings. Here's everything we know about its growing ad business.

While $31 billion is a tiny sliver of Amazon's revenue from retail sales and Amazon Web Services, advertising is its fastest-growing area.

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The head of digital asset strategy at Fundstrat explains the major catalysts that could drive bitcoin and ethereum to $200k and $12k by the end of 2022 — and shares why crypto's global market cap could also surge to an estimated $9.6 trillion
The IRS is working with a startup called ID.me that stores the 'inferred citizenship' of some users. That creates a huge new pool of personal data for police and other authorities to tap into.
Elon Musk said he isn't working on the $25,000 electric car right now. That means rival Lucid might beat Tesla to it.
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Elon Musk said he isn't working on the $25,000 electric car right now. That means rival Lucid might beat Tesla to it.

Elon Musk told investors he's not working on the $25,000 EV he promised. That means rival Lucid's plan to beat Tesla to it could actually happen.

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Welcome to the typical home for sale in the US right now. It costs $365,000 and is probably too expensive for someone seeking the middle class American Dream.

Welcome to the typical home for sale in the US right now. It costs $365,000 and is probably too expensive for someone seeking the middle class American Dream.

In January, the median home sale price reached an all-time high, but most are still seeing accepted offers after just one week on the market.

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How a 27-year-old country-music star making up to $75,000 a month in streaming royalties got his start on TikTok
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How a 27-year-old country-music star making up to $75,000 a month in streaming royalties got his start on TikTok

Spencer Crandall didn't wake up one day to a label knocking on his door — his posting relentlessly on social media helped him attract fans.

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I tried to buy a house last year. The market is so hot that I got stuck in a rat-infested apartment instead.

I tried to buy a house last year. The market is so hot that I got stuck in a rat-infested apartment instead.

Our apartment became infested with rats last year. When we asked for help and compensation from our complex, the response was clear: "Just move."

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These 4 key crypto indicators could tell us whether the bulls or bears will determine bitcoin and ether's next big moves, experts say
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These 4 key crypto indicators could tell us whether the bulls or bears will determine bitcoin and ether's next big moves, experts say

The steep fall for the original crypto is nothing out of the ordinary for this volatile asset class, but it has still shaken investor confidence.

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Spotify's response to Joe Rogan controversy reveals CEO Daniel Ek's longstanding free speech beliefs and reluctance to act as 'moral police'
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Spotify's response to Joe Rogan controversy reveals CEO Daniel Ek's longstanding free speech beliefs and reluctance to act as 'moral police'

Spotify sources told Insider that CEO Daniel Ek welcomes debate within his organization. He's gotten plenty as the company deals with the fallout from its $100 million Joe Rogan deal.

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I left my dream job at Google after 3 years. Here's how I knew it was time to leave behind the cushy six-figure job and benefits.
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I left my dream job at Google after 3 years. Here's how I knew it was time to leave behind the cushy six-figure job and benefits.

Jerry Lee joined as an intern and left as a senior manager. Making the decision to leave wasn't easy, but Lee says he had to "optimize for happiness."

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