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Today’s news: A talent firm failed to deliver on promises to influencers, then shuts down; Facebook buys customer service startup Kustomer; and the top DTC brands to know.

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13 influencers say a talent-management firm required they pay $299 ‘deposits’ up front and failed to deliver on promises. Then it shut down.

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Mark Zuckerberg at the 56th Munich Security Conference in February 2020.
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Facebook is buying the customer service startup Kustomer, furthering its push into e-commerce

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Magic Spoon

16 breakout DTC brands that dominate in their respective categories, according to growth in digital traffic

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