Google gets a Fitbit, AIG’s anti-catastrophe quarter, and Quip flips the razor/razorblade model

Google gets a Fitbit, AIG’s anti-catastrophe quarter, and Quip flips the razor/razorblade model

Snacks Daily - November 4, 2019 - 16:54

Remember when we mentioned Google could acquire Fitbit last Friday? It did. So we’re looking to understand why Google’s paying almost double the normal stock price. Insurance giant AIG doesn’t like catastrophes, and last quarter had fewer than expected. And electric toothbrush startup Quip just launched a floss that turns the razor/razorblade pricing model on its head.

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