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November 1, 2018, 5:50 PM

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The Cut:
Google walkout organizers share demands: end pay inequality and forced arbitration, better sexual misconduct reporting, a harassment transparency report, more  —  Last week, the New York Times published an article about Google's history of harassment, discrimination, support for abusers …
BuzzFeed News:
Google workers from Singapore, Japan, Israel, the UK, Ireland, India, and the US staged a walkout to protest the company's handling of sexual harassment  —  Groups of Google employees are staging walkouts at offices across the world in protest at how sexual misconduct allegations are handled by the company.
New York Times:
Apple:
Apple reports Q4 revenue of $62.9B, up 20% YoY, and says services revenue reached an all-time high of $10B, up 27% YoY; stock down 7%+ after hours  —  Revenue Up 20 Percent and EPS Up 41 Percent to New September Quarter Records  —  Services Revenue of $10 Billion Reaches New All-Time High
Sara Salinas / CNBC:
Apple reports Q4 revenue of $62.9B, vs. $61.57B est., and says it sold 46.89M iPhones, vs. 47.5M est., ASP of $793, vs. $750.78 est., and soft Q1 guidance  —  - Apple locked in a strategy of boosting prices to offset slowing sales during the key September quarter.
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Chaim Gartenberg / The Verge:
Flickr says it will end 1TB storage for free accounts and delete all but the most recent 1,000 photos or videos if users don't upgrade to Pro by February 2019  —  Flickr was purchased in April by professional photo hosting service SmugMug, and today, the first major changes under the new ownership have been announced.
Micah Singleton / The Verge:
Sonos says it is delaying support for Google Assistant, announced in 2017 and slated for the Sonos One in 2018, until 2019  —  ‘The reality is that we need a bit more time to get the experience right’  —  Sonos is delaying support for Google Assistant until 2019, the company announced in a blog post today.
Financial Times:
Sources: Apple held preliminary talks with radio broadcaster iHeartMedia about an equity stake or a marketing partnership to boost its music streaming service  —  Apple is turning to traditional broadcasting to boost its streaming service, exploring a tie-up with iHeartMedia …
Benjamin Mullin / Wall Street Journal:
Recode to be folded into Vox.com starting early next year with no expected layoffs; current EIC Dan Frommer will be replaced by Jason del Rey in the interim  —  Editor in Chief Dan Frommer to depart; no staff cuts are planned as a result of the combination, Vox said
Reuters:
Spotify meets expectations in Q3 with revenue of €1.35B, up 31% YoY, adds 4M premium subscribers for a total of 87M, and reports 191M total MAUs; stock down 6%+  —  LONDON/STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Spotify (SPOT.N), the world's most popular paid music streaming service …
Brian Wheeler / BBC:
UK government to launch an Android app letting EU citizens apply to remain in UK after Brexit; iOS version doesn't fully work because it can't access NFC chip  —  The UK government is preparing to launch a smartphone app to make it as easy as possible for EU citizens to apply to remain …

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