Business Briefs: Weinstein Co., Facebook, loyal dog

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The Weinstein Company has officially filed for bankruptcy in the wake of numerous sexual assault allegations against its co-founder, Harvey Weinstein. According to Cheddar, the company will reportedly continue to produce content under new ownership. The Weinstein Company also released employees from non-disclosures, encouraging them to come forward with accusations.

Facebook's chief information security officer Alex Stamos may be leaving the company. Numerous media outlets report Stamos is stepping down amid a dispute over how to handle the spread of misinformation on the social media site. Stamos says he's staying putt.

A dog "programmed" to be loyal? Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos took a walk with a robo-dog at the annual MARS conference. The conference is dedicated to machine learning, home automation, robotics and space exploration. The robo-pup is called Spot Mini. No word on if he's house trained.

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