Amazon loses physical retail VP after 14 years with the company

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Reddit to shut down Dubsmash app, integrate video tools with platform

The standalone Dubsmash app will not be available for download after Feb. 22, Reddit said, as it rolled out new camera and editing features as part of its video tools. TikTok’s massive success with short-form videos has driven other social networks to incorporate the format on their platforms, with Snap Inc rolling out Spotlight; Facebook, now Meta Platforms, launching Instagram Reels; and Alphabet’s YouTube launching Shorts. “The Dubsmash team has been accelerating Reddit’s video, so parts of Reddit will feel familiar to Dubsmashers,” the company said in a blogpost https://www.redditinc.com/blog/bringing-more-of-dubsmash-to-reddit-by-launching-new-video-features.

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