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In its first earnings report as a public company, energy software player Opower said it’s grown its revenue for the first quarter of 2014 substantially, compared to a year ago, but also widened its quarterly loss. In Q1 Opower generated revenue of $28.57 million (up from $19.02 million in ’13), and reported a loss of $6.98 million (from a loss of $2.71 million last year). The company’s stock is down 3.41 percent today.

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Make Our Pins Green

Greenpeace has been trying to persuade Amazon to commit to more clean power for its cloud computing service AWS, but to little avail. Now the environmentalists are turning to AWS’ big customers, like Pinterest. On Tuesday morning, Greenpeace protested outside of Pinterest’s headquarters handing out green cupcakes and calling to “make our pins green.” Other big consumer Internet users of AWS include Netflix, Spotify, Vine, Yelp, AirBnB and Reddit.

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