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Here’s what’s going on in tech.

Tesla driver denies Autopilot system caused Minnesota crash. (Reuters)

Another roadblock for Uber: It suspends operations in Macau. (Reuters)

File this under the ever-growing file marked VCs behaving badly: Another one has been accused of hitting on a female entrepreneur and now may have trouble raising money for a new fund. (Bloomberg)

Amazon files for a trademark for prepared-meal kits; Blue Apron stock tanks. (Bloomberg)

Infidelity website Ashley Madison offers $11 million to settle with the customers whose personal details were stolen. (BBC)

Awake Security, a cybersecurity startup in Mountain View, launches with $31 million in funding. (Fortune)

San Francisco startup Juicero cutting 25 percent of workforce and lowering price of its juicer. (Fortune)


Photo: A closeup of the logo of the Tesla Model S on display at the Paris Auto Show on Sept. 30, 2016. A driver of a Model S involved in a crash in Minnesota over the weekend has reversed his initial statement that Autopilot was to blame. (Christophe Ena/AP)


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