TC Roundup: Amazon chief Bezos lost $7.4 billion in company's worst year since 2008
Amazon chief Bezos lost $7.4 billion in company's worst year since 2008: Amazon.com turned in its worst year on the market since 2008, taking a big bite out of founder Jeff Bezos' personal net worth.
Chief Executive Bezos saw his Amazon holdings lose about $7.4 billion in value over the course of the year as the e-commerce giant's shares fell more than 22%. Still, Bezos' 84 million shares, equal to 18.3% of the company, will ring in the New Year with a value of roughly $26.1 billion. (The Wall Street Journal)
Twitter's 'While You Were Away' recap feature is rolling out to many users: Back in November, Twitter announced plans to implement a number of new initiatives to boost user engagement, and one of those features — a 'While you were away' recap of tweets you may have missed — appears to be rolling out to significant numbers of users. (Tech Crunch)
RadiumOne founder Chahal makes bid to buy company that ousted him: Gurbaksh Chahal, the ousted CEO of RadiumOne, has made an offer via to buy the advertising marketing platform back.
Chahal, as anyone who followed the saga at the San Francisco company he founded recalls, was fired from his job after a controversy that developed after his conviction for battery and domestic violence. After a very heated period, tensions between Chahal and RadiumOne have lessened of late. (Recode )