Hillary Clinton Invests in an Email Deleting Startup: Inbox Zero

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WASHINGTON D.C.

Sources have confirmed that one of Mrs. Clinton’s first angel investments is in Washington D.C. startup, Inbox Zero. The company has recently started to gain traction across the world across a small base of bureaucrats, politicians, C-suite executives, and people who are just too busy.

“Honestly, I got the idea when I would sometimes log into my Yahoo or Gmail and see 10,000+ emails,” said IZ founder Jamie Faux, “I had to check the little box that highlighted 25 of them and press delete. It was going to take forever, so then I thought that I might be onto something.” Inbox Zero is a platform that outsources the brutal manual labor of clicking that checkbox hundreds, or even thousands of times, for a monthly fixed price of $129.

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