The Morning Hype: Spotify to Go Public, Hope Hicks Resigns, and Overwatch Has a New Hero

 

Hope Hicks Resigns Hours After Intel Committee Testimony (via Bloomberg)

CSX CEO Dies During Overhaul, Company Outlines New Plan (via Reuters)

Best Buy Has Good Q4, Stock Surges (via MarketWatch)

Spotify to Direct List for $1BN, Not IPO (via Gizmodo)

Overwatch Announces New Hero Brigitte (via The Verge)

Google Debuts Slack-Alternative Hangouts Chat (via Mashable)

SEC Starts Cracking Down on ICOs with Subpoenas (via Fortune)

Forbes List: Fastest Growing Cities in the US (via Forbes)

Putin Confirms Having a Nuclear Device in Speech to Country (via Business Insider)

Snow/Rain Mix to Start at 5pm Today in NYC (via Patch)

 

(pictured above: Overwatch hero Brigitte, credit: Activision/Blizzard and Overwatch)

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