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Ties to the NRA Leave Companies Scrambling for Cover
Within hours of announcing its decision to end a credit card relationship with the National Rifle Association, the First National Bank of Omaha found itself thrust into the center of the resurgent national gun debate.
These companies have cut ties with the NRA  CNNMoney
More companies cut ties with the NRA after customer backlash
Dropbox Files for IPO, and Other 'Unicorns' Are Watching
In Silicon Valley and on Wall Street, it has long been a guessing game about which of the most richly valued technology start-ups would be next to test the public markets.
Dropbox's IPO is just the latest case of startup CEOs consolidating ...  Business Insider
5 Fascinating Things From Dropbox's IPO Filing  Fortune
Health and wellness products for your pet are a growing industry, says pet ...
Last year, the pet food industry grew three times as fast as the packaged food industry, according to Euromonitor, a research firm.
General Mills Pays Steep Price to Get Into High-Growth Business  Bloomberg
General Mills heads back to pet aisle with $8 billion purchase of Blue Buffalo  Minneapolis Star Tribune
Warren Buffett to Retire From Kraft Heinz Board
Billionaire investor Warren Buffett is retiring from the board of directors of Kraft Heinz Co. KHC 2.04% at the end of his term in April, the food and beverage company said Friday.
Warren Buffett to retire from Kraft Heinz board, aiming to decrease travel ...  USA TODAY
Buffett to Retire From Kraft Heinz Board  Bloomberg
KFC apologizes for chicken shortage with a hilarious hidden message
KFC has issued a high-profile, humorous apology for its chicken shortages in the UK. The fast-food chain used a full-page ad in British newspapers to apologize for shutting down hundreds of restaurants this week because it ran out of chicken.
KFC's UK chicken run caused by too many eggs in one basket  Financial Times
KFC Responds to UK Chicken Shortage Scandal With a Timely 'FCK, We' ...  Adweek
Citigroup Offers a Takeaway by Turning Itself In
It's no secret: President Donald Trump's administration has been clear that it intends to ease the regulatory burden for banks.
Citi to Refund $335 Million in Card Charges Due to Interest-Rate Problem  Wall Street Journal
Citigroup will refund $330 million to credit card customers it overcharged  CNNMoney
KPCC buys LAist: Public radio stations are reviving Gothamist websites
Billionaire Joe Ricketts agreed to sell LAist and its sister sites in the Gothamist network. (Dave Weaver / Associated Press). LAist, the news website that was shut down abruptly last year by its billionaire owner, will reopen under new management ...
Gothamist Properties Will Be Revived Under New Ownership: Public Media  NPR
Public radio stations to relaunch shuttered DCist, Gothamist local news sites  Washington Post
Trump eyeing 24 percent tariff on steel imports: report
President Trump · Donald John TrumpAccuser says Trump should be afraid of the truth Woman behind pro-Trump Facebook page denies being influenced by Russians Shulkin says he has White House approval to root out 'subversion' at VA MORE is angling to ...
Trump Considering Huge Tariff Increase on Steel, Aluminum With Weak ' ...  Reason (blog)
Trump Trade Action Could Boost Steel And Aluminum Makers, Hurt Other Industries  NPR
Apple, Amazon, YouTube Urged To Pull NRA TV Channel
“It's time for tech leaders to acknowledge their role in helping the NRA spread this dangerous content and cut it out.” By Ryan Grenoble.
Alyssa Milano among Hollywood activists urging Amazon to drop NRA channel  CBS News
Amazon, Roku and Apple Under Pressure On NRA TV
DIARY-Top Economic Events to April 26
LONDON - Bank of England Deputy Governor Jon Cunliffe to speak at Warwick University - 1800 GMT. FRANKFURT - ECB Executive Board member Benoit Coeure delivers a welcome address at the first meeting of the Working Group on Euro Risk-Free Rates ...
There's something about this market that doesn't add up  Business Insider
Markets watching for a steady hand in Powell as he navigates Congress for ...  CNBC