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#BoycottNRA: Hertz and Avis are the latest companies to cut ties with gun ...
Several major companies - Enterprise Holdings, First National Bank of Omaha, Symantec, Hertz and Avis - have ended co-branding partnerships with the National Rifle Association as a #BoycottNRA social media movement picks up steam.
Florida shooting: Firms abandon NRA amid consumer boycott  BBC News
These companies have cut ties with the NRA  CNNMoney
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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 scrambles its name as it issues a 3-letter apology for its UK chicken crisis  Seattle Times
KFC's UK chicken run caused by too many eggs in one basket  Financial Times
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.
Citigroup to refund $335 million to credit card customers  Washington Post
Citi to Refund $330 Million to Credit Card Customers It Overcharged  New York Times
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.
Is this a good deal for General Mills? Only the company can make it so  Minneapolis Star Tribune
General Mills eats up Blue Buffalo  Boston Herald
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.
5 Fascinating Things From Dropbox's IPO Filing  Fortune
Dropbox avoids Snap's IPO mistakes, but only slightly  MarketWatch
Saudi oil minister hopes OPEC, allies can ease output curbs in 2019
Saudi Arabia's Oil Minister Khalid al-Falih listens during a news conference after an OPEC meeting in Vienna, Austria, November 30, 2017.
Saudis See Oil Output Cuts Easing in 2019  Bloomberg
Saudi oil minister hopes OPEC, allies will ease output cuts in 2019  Reuters
About the Little Girl and the Dog Bite on Southwest Airlines: Everyone's ...
Is the dog owner at fault? Or the little girl, or the airline? It turns out there's a really easy answer. By Bill Murphy Jr. Bill Murphy Jr.
A little girl saw an emotional-support dog on a plane to Portland. It went ...  OregonLive.com
Support dog reportedly bites girl as she boards flight  New York Post
The FCC's Republicans went to a conservative confab. One won a gun, the other ...
The Republicans who lead the country's top telecom agency arrived at an annual gathering of influential conservatives Friday hoping to tout their business bona fides - from freeing the Internet from government's grasp to battling back the efforts of ...
NRA honors FCC chair with rifle for repealing 'net neutrality'  Reuters
NRA gives Ajit Pai “courage award” and gun for “saving the Internet”  Ars Technica
Warren Buffett Through the Years: The Oracle of Omaha's Best Investing Quotes
Billionaire Warren Buffett is more transparent in his investing strategy than you might think. Here are some of the best quotes from his annual letter to Berkshire shareholders.
Why Warren Buffett is such an influential leader, according to 40 years of data  CNBC
Warren Buffett's letter to investors: 5 things to watch  MarketWatch
Hormel announces stock sharing, starting wage increases
WILLMAR, Minn. - Hormel Foods, the parent company of Jennie-O Turkey Store, announced plans Thursday to award stock options to its employees and raise starting wages to $13 an hour by the end of fiscal year 2018.
Hormel Foods going whole hog in deli department  Food Business News
Hormel's tax savings will result in capital improvements, wage ...  Minneapolis Star Tribune