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China's big conglomerates are no longer buying up the world
Three of China's biggest conglomerates -- Dalian Wanda, HNA and Anbang Insurance -- have spent billions of dollars on deals around the world.
China seizes control of Anbang Insurance as chairman prosecuted  Reuters
China seizes control of troubled insurer that owns Waldorf Astoria  Washington Post
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#BoycottNRA: Enterprise car rentals, Omaha bank sever gun lobby ties as ...
Two major companies, Enterprise Holdings Inc. and First National Bank of Omaha ended co-branding partnerships with the National Rifle Association Thursday as a #BoycottNRA social media movement picked up steam.
Bank and Enterprise Rent-a-Car to Cut Ties to NRA After Customer Outcry  New York Times
One of the world's largest rental-car companies is ending a key ...  Business Insider
General Mills to Buy Pet-Food Maker Blue Buffalo for About $8 Billion
General Mills has agreed to buy Blue Buffalo Pet Products for about $8 billion, as the food giant looks for a piece of the fast-growing natural pet-food market.
Pre-Open Movers 02/23: (IMMR) (BUFF) (TTD) Higher; (OLED) (WING) (ACIA ...  StreetInsider.com
Newly pet-friendly General Mills spends $8B on Blue Buffalo  Chicago Tribune
Passengers OK after plane slides off Green Bay airport runway
A plane slid off the runway at Green Bay's Austin Straubel Friday morning. (Tom DeSimio). AP. Friday, February 23, 2018 08:16AM.
Flight skids off runway in Wisconsin after bad weather forces two diversions  Fox News
FAA investigating after plane slides off runway at Austin Straubel  WBAY
Wayfair fails to deliver progress on profit, sending stock tumbling
Wayfair CEO Niraj said an emphasis on technology has allowed the company to redefine “what is possible in the home category.” By Janelle Nanos Globe Staff February 23, 2018.
Wayfair's (W) CEO Niraj Shah on Q4 2017 Results - Earnings Call Transcript  Seeking Alpha
Why Wayfair Inc. Stock Tumbled Today  Motley Fool
The FCC Just Gave Net Neutrality Supporters 60 Days to Save the Web as We Know It
The clock is ticking for those who want to save net neutrality in the U.S., after the Federal Communications Commission's contentious decision to scrap the rule was officially published in the Federal Register on Thursday, Feb. 22.
With rules repealed, what's next for net neutrality?  The Hill
Supporters of Net Neutrality Vow to Fight Rule Changes  Threatpost
An old tax scam — with a troubling new twist
We know they are out there. They are the criminals who call and claim that you'll be arrested if you don't pay up on an old tax debt that you don't actually owe.
Get your tax refund before you file? Here's why it's happening  Detroit Free Press
New twist on old tax scam takes stage this tax season  Green Bay Press Gazette
Customer anger grows as BB&T outage continues due to data center 'malfunction'
BB&T continued to report a service outage Friday morning, impacting millions of customers who tried to use ATMs or do online banking.
'Technical issue' at BB&T Bank hits ATMs, digital banking  WRAL.com
BB&T banking services down Friday morning due to technical issues  WDBJ7
Jeffrey Gundlach trolls Treasury's Mnuchin about wage inflation in tweetstorm
So says DoubleLine Capital's chief executive Jeffrey Gundlach, who took to Twitter with a retort to Mnuchin over a Bloomberg interview given Thursday that attempted to cool investor worries about inflationary pressures.
Gundlach trolls Mnuchin over inflation comments  Seeking Alpha
Mnuchin Says Markets Shouldn't Worry Over Tax Cuts, Debt  Bloomberg
Toys 'R' Us to close another 200 stores, report says
Struggling New Jersey-based toy retailer Toys "R" us plans to close an additional 200 stores, according to a report by the Wall Street Journal.
Toys 'R' Us, Seeking Stability, May Close 200 More Stores  New York Times
Toys are not us: Target investors  Reuters