In November 2017, Sridhar Ramaswamy—the head of Google $95 billion advertising arm—left the company after a scandal concerning advertisements for major corporations found on YouTube videos that put children in questionable situations. Ramaswamy told The New York Times that shortly after that incident, he decided that he needed to do something different in his life—because an ad supported model had limitations. Ramaswamy startup company, Neeva, is that something different—and though it, too, is...

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