Five must-watch videos: Amazon’s road to $1000 and fact-checking Trump’s climate decision – CNBC

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Here are five must-watch videos from the past week:

CNBC fact-checked some of the reasons President Donald Trump presented for why the U.S. should abandon the Paris climate accord.

Here’s what we found.

Amazon‘s road to riches began when it went public in 1997.

Twenty years later, Amazon shares briefly touched $1,000 before closing at $996.70 on Tuesday.

Here’s a look at the stock’s wild ride.

Skillz has quietly become one of the biggest companies in the fledgling mobile esports industry.

It awarded $50 million to players in 2016, and it raised about $28 million from venture firms, including Sequoia Capital and The Kraft Group, founded by Robert Kraft, owner of the New England Patriots.

The small town of Aladdin, Wyoming, is up for auction.

That’s right. The entire town — home to just 15 people — is now available to the highest bidder after there were no takers on its $1.5 million sale price.

The Moto Z2 Play from Motorola is a new affordable Android smartphone that allows you to attach various magnetic “Mods” to add new features to the smartphone.

CNBC’s resident gadget guru Todd Haselton takes a look at the new phone.

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