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#BoycottNRA: More companies are cutting ties with gun lobby as movement gains ...
Three major companies - Enterprise Holdings, First National Bank of Omaha and the cybersecurity giant Symantec - have ended co-branding partnerships with the National Rifle Association as a #BoycottNRA social media movement picks up steam.
These Companies Are Sticking By The NRA  HuffPost
NRA-affiliated businesses shed ties after Parkland, Florida school shooting  USA TODAY
U.S. News & World Report  
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.
From KFC, a 3-Letter Apology for Its UK Chicken Crisis  New York Times
KFC's UK chicken run caused by too many eggs in one basket  Financial Times
China's 'Heavy Hand' With Anbang Rattles Some Analysts
Chinese and corporate flags fly in front of the offices of the Anbang Insurance Group in Beijing, which regulators seized on Friday.
What is Anbang? A Primer on China's Fallen Deal Maker  New York Times
China prosecuting Anbang insurance tycoon, who controls Waldorf Astoria hotel  Chicago Tribune
General Mills Pays Steep Price to Get Into High-Growth Business
Like many of its rivals in the food business, General Mills Inc., maker of Cheerios and Yoplait yogurt, has been in a funk. Sales are slumping as consumers change how they eat and shop.
Tech, Health Care Companies Leading US Stocks Higher  U.S. News & World Report
General Mills moves into pet food with $8 billion Blue Buffalo deal  Reuters
Gothamist Will Publish Again in Deal With WNYC
Three months after being abruptly shut down by its billionaire owner, the New York City news site Gothamist has been bought by New York's public radio station, WNYC, and will begin publishing again in the spring, WNYC officials said on Friday.
Public radio stations to relaunch shuttered DCist, Gothamist local news sites  Washington Post
Gothamist to Relaunch After Sale to WNYC  Wall Street Journal
Stocks Climb as Fed Eases Rate Concern, Tech Rises
(Reuters) - U.S. stocks advanced on Friday, buoyed by gains in technology stocks and a pullback in Treasury yields as the Federal Reserve eased concerns about the path of interest rate hikes this year.
Fed Report Signals No Worries About Recent Market Volatility  Wall Street Journal
Fed Expects Economic Gains to Prompt Gradual Rate Hikes  U.S. News & World Report
Treasury secretary says we can get paid more and prices won't rise. Well...
It would be music to Americans' ears: We get paid more, but prices don't go up as much. (Hello Yankees season tickets!) Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said Thursday that ideal situation could be on the horizon.
Steven Mnuchin had a curious reason for why people shouldn't be worried ...  Business Insider
Mnuchin Dismisses Inflation Concerns  Barron's
A New Tax Scam, and Tips on How to Deal With It
If you weren't expecting an income tax refund but discover a big deposit from the Internal Revenue Service in your bank account, don't be quick to celebrate.
The IRS isn't calling you — it's a scam, and here's what to do ...  Business Insider
New twist on income tax refund scam exploding  Asbury Park Press
A little girl saw an emotional-support dog on a plane. It went for her face.
A dog injured a child onboard a Southwest Airlines flight, the latest incident in the controversy over allowing emotional-support animals on planes.
Southwest Airlines Flight Delayed After Emotional Support Dog Bites Child ...  Newsweek
Emotional Support Dog Bites Girl's Face on Southwest Flight  PEOPLE.com
40% Overreaction Creates A Buying Opportunity For This High-Quality Company ...
Macquarie Infrastructure Corporation has reported a solid quarter, but provided a lower guidance for the year 2018. The dividend was cut, resulting in a brutal 41% selloff in the price.
Macquarie Infrastructure: What You Need To Know About The Massive Sell-Off  Benzinga