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Ebook Sales Fall As Print Is Preferred, Alibaba's AR for Cars, Psychopathic CEOs

Jeff Sandhu | Audrey Raj

17-Mar-17 12:00

Ebook Sales Fall As Print Is Preferred, Alibaba's AR for Cars, Psychopathic CEOs

In today's Enterprise Biz Bytes, Jeff Sandhu and Audrey Raj talk about:

 

1:57 - Ebook sales continue to fall as younger generations drive appetite for print.

6:31 - Alibaba eyes AR in cars.

10:40 - Computeried composers are coming to Adobe to score your life's sountrack.

16:30 - High number of psychopathic CEOs in Silicon Valley.


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