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Expensify’s Good Intentions, and Weird Execution

There’s a fine line between a company saying what it thinks and delivering a lecture

Along with about 10 million other people, I got an email overnight from the CEO of Expensify — an expense management service used by many companies — urging me to vote for Joe Biden, and assuring me that any other vote was a “vote against…




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