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ESPN President John Skipper Resigns Citing Substance Abuse Issues
ESPN president John Skipper announced his resignation from the company on Monday in a press release, citing a battle with substance addiction.
ESPN chief Skipper resigns, cites substance abuse problem  WBT
At ESPN, John Skipper Resigns as President, Citing Substance Addiction  New York Times
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Thousands trying to get out of Atlanta after lights went out at Hartsfield airport
Atlanta (CNN) There were people still sleeping on the floor the day after a power outage shut down operations at the Atlanta airport, but long ticket and security lines were moving slowly as normalcy began returning to the world's busiest airport ...
Atlanta: Hundreds of flights canceled Monday in power outage fallout  USA TODAY
FAQs for power outage at Atlanta airport  Atlanta Journal Constitution
Homeowners: Here's what's in the tax bill for you
Republicans on Friday unveiled the final version of their tax bill, and it has new restrictions for some homeowners. Senate and House Republicans have reconciled their versions of tax legislation and the final plan shrinks some popular deductions ...
Tax Bill a Boon to Commercial Real Estate Owners  Wall Street Journal
Tax Bill: Bob Corker Demands Answers From Chairman Orrin Hatch About Last ...  International Business Times
Peterffy: Bitcoin futures' launch on two reputable exchanges will make bitcoin ...
Interactive Brokers Chairman Thomas Peterffy says the launch of bitcoin futures on established exchanges improves the reputation of the cryptocurrency.
Cryptocurrencies Could Finally Gain Validation As Bitcoin Price Skyrockets ...  Seeking Alpha
Bitcoin Climbs as Futures Debut Fails to Incite Attack by Shorts  Bloomberg
China's Nio takes on Tesla with a car half the price of Model X
China's electric vehicle start-up Nio launched its first mass-produced model over the weekend, in a home market marked by competition with companies such as Tesla.
This Chinese startup's electric SUV is a lot cheaper than Tesla's  CNNMoney
NIO launches its ES8 all-electric SUV in China  TechCrunch
Hershey, Campbell bet nearly $6 billion on healthy snacks makers
(Reuters) - Campbell Soup Co and Hershey Co on Monday unveiled deals totaling nearly $6 billion to buy healthy packaged snacks makers, the latest example of big U.S.
Campbell Soup to buy snacks company Snyder's-Lance for $4.87 billion  CNBC
Desperate Food Mergers, Here in Time for the Holidays  Bloomberg
New High Roller at the Table, Penn Buys Pinnacle for $2.8B
Pinnacle Entertainment is being snapped up by Penn National in a deal valued at $2.8 billion. Dec. 18, 2017, at 9:49 a.m.. New High Roller at the Table, Penn Buys Pinnacle for $2.8B.
Penn National to buy Pinnacle Entertainment in $2.8 billion deal. Four St ...  STLtoday.com
Ameristar Casino owner Pinnacle bought by Penn National Gaming  nwitimes.com
Why The Canadian Marijuana Market Will Be Smaller Than Investors Think
Mona Zhang , Contributor I cover cannabis policy, business, and culture Opinions expressed by Forbes Contributors are their own. An employee checks nearly matured medical marijuana plants in a climate controlled growing room at the Tweed Inc. facility ...
Mass. Recreational Pot Industry Won't Just Line Pockets Of Big ...  WBUR
Canadians Consume Almost as Much Weed as Wine, Report Shows  Bloomberg
CSX Put All Its Eggs in One Basket
Harrison died over the weekend, just days after the company announced he would take a medical leave because of unexpected complications from a recent illness.
CSX stock tumbles after death of CEO Hunter Harrison, but JP Morgan says ...  CNBC
CSX falls on CEO death; investors seek turnaround clarity  Reuters
Campbell, Hershey Bet That Salty Snacks Will Reignite Slow Sales
In a packaged-food industry suffering from weak demand and shifting consumer tastes, there's still one safe bet: salty snacks.
Hershey CEO: Buying Amplify Takes Us Closer to Being Snacking Powerhouse  TheStreet.com
Shares of Amplify Snack Brands Soar 70% on Hershey Acquisition Agreement  Motley Fool