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Snapchat's Offer, Bummed Workers, Zuckerberg's Angel Investment: Nov. 14


Snapchat's Offer, Bummed Workers, Zuckerberg's Angel Investment: Nov. 14

Illustration by André da Loba

No big deal: Snapchat reportedly walked away from a $3 billion offer from Facebook, Evelyn M. Rusli and Douglas MacMillan report. [Wall Street Journal]

The economy’s better, and employees are less happy. [Mashable]

Robert O’Harrow Jr. investigates how MicroTech, a Washington-area government contractor with more than $280 million in sales in 2011, qualified as a small, disadvantaged business. [Washington Post]

Shares in textbook rental company Chegg dropped after the company’s IPO, Rebecca Grant writes. [VentureBeat]

Panorama Education, a startup that runs surveys to help schools improve, got an angel investment from Mark Zuckerberg’s charity (video). [Bloomberg TV]

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Tozzi is a reporter for Bloomberg Businessweek in New York.

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