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Albertsons, Rite Aid deal creates US supermarket and healthcare giant
Corrections & Clarifications: An earlier version of this story misidentified the $3.7 billion in earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization.
Grocer Albertsons Eyes Rite Aid Deal in Health Care Push  U.S. News & World Report
Albertsons to Buy Rite Aid, Combining Groceries and Drugstores  New York Times
S&P 500 and Nasdaq rise as tech stocks jump nearly 1%
The broad S&P 500 traded just above the flatline, erasing earlier losses, with the tech sector advancing nearly 1 percent. The tech-heavy Nasdaq, meanwhile, gained 0.7 percent.
Technology Companies Rally, Offsetting a Plunge in Walmart  U.S. News & World Report
Stocks are mostly lower as markets reopen after holiday weekend  Los Angeles Times
Walmart's Online Sales Come Under Pressure
Walmart posted a profit of $2.18 billion, or 73 cents a share, compared to a profit of $3.76 billion a yer ago. Photo: Elise Amendola/Associated Press.
Walmart 4Q profit misses, e-commerce cools  The Mercury News
Market's Win Streak May Be In Jeopardy As Dollar Gains, WMT Comes Up Short  Benzinga
Union workers want Disney to pay their $1000 tax cut bonuses
Unions representing about 35,000 Disney World workers say Disney is refusing to pay their members $1,000 tax cut bonuses. Disney (DIS) announced the $1,000 bonuses last month for 125,000 U.S.
Unions accuse Disney World of holding $1K bonuses hostage  New York Post
Disney unions file federal complaint over promised bonuses  The Bellingham Herald
KFC shortages to continue all week
Delivery problems will mean some KFC outlets will remain closed for the rest of the week, while others will have a reduced menu or shortened hours.
British KFC Fans Are Freaking Out Because the Stores Don't Have Any Chicken  TIME
KFC was warned about switching UK delivery contractor, union says  The Guardian
Qualcomm Gains the Upper Hand in Megadeal Machinations
Locking down a deal for NXP helps the chipmaker in its efforts to win a higher price from Broadcom. By. Brooke Sutherland. @blsuth More stories by Brooke Sutherland.
Qualcomm boosts NXP bid as it resists Broadcom takeover  BBC News
Broadcom: Qualcomm's boosted NXP offer a unilateral value transfer  Seeking Alpha
Amazon uses cash back benefits to entice Prime members to Whole Foods
Amazon's latest grocery push focuses on enticing Prime members to shop at Whole Foods with cash back. Amazon announced that Prime members using the company's Rewards Visa card will now get 5 percent back on Whole Foods purchases.
Amazon Just Announced a New Whole Foods Perk for Some Users  Fortune
Amazon's latest Prime perk: 5% cash back at Whole Foods  CNNMoney
Woman filmed shouting at mother and son on Delta Airlines flight has lost her job
A young mum who posted a viral video of a fellow air passenger shouting at her and her son has said she feels bad after the woman was reportedly suspended from her job.
Delta Passenger Who Filmed Viral Rant Now Feels Bad After Susan Peirez ...  Yahoo News Canada (blog)
Nike Teams Up With Snapchat For In-App Air Jordan Presale
Marking the first time that a brand other than Snap has allowed consumers to purchase a product directly through Snapchat, Nike pre-released its Air Jordan III “Tinker” sneakers on Snapchat with same-day delivery, TechCrunch reported.
Citi downgrades Snap, cuts price target as users lash out over redesign  CNBC
A Luxury London Duplex Loft With a Very Different History  Wall Street Journal
Gap brand CEO Jeff Kirwan to leave retailer, shares fall
(Reuters) - Gap Inc said on Tuesday that Jeff Kirwan, president and chief executive of its eponymous brand will leave the apparel retailer, pushing its shares down 4.2 percent.
Gap Is Replacing CEO of Flagship Brand  Wall Street Journal
Gap Brand CEO Jeff Kirwan to leave retailer  CNBC