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These Companies Are Sticking By The NRA
Many brands that offered discounts to NRA members are dumping the gun group after its furious response to the Florida mass shooting.
Avis, Hertz join the list of companies bailing on partnerships with the NRA  CNBC
These companies have cut ties with the NRA  CNNMoney
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Dropbox Files for Its Initial Public Offering
Drew Houston, chief executive officer and founder of Dropbox Inc., standing in front of the company's logo at an event last year in San Francisco.
Dropbox, cloud storage company and tech unicorn, files for IPO  USA TODAY
Dropbox files to go public with over $1.1 billion in annual revenue  CNBC
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 Just Handled a Public Relations Crisis Perfectly with a Single Picture  Inc.com
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.
General Mills moves into pet food with $8 billion Blue Buffalo deal  Reuters
Tech, health care companies leading US stocks higher  SFGate
China seizes control of troubled insurer that owns Waldorf Astoria
BEIJING - Chinese regulators have taken over Anbang Insurance Group Co., the sprawling Chinese conglomerate that owns New York's Waldorf Astoria Hotel, and charged its once highflying former chairman with economic crimes.
China Seizes Anbang Insurance, Owner of Waldorf Astoria: LIVE MARKETS BLOG  TheStreet.com
China Regulator Seizes Anbang, Chairman Faces Fraud Prosecution  Bloomberg
Some Gothamist sites revived by public radio
News websites in the Gothamist network, which were shut down abruptly last year by its billionaire owner, will reopen under new management: public radio.
Public radio stations to relaunch shuttered DCist, Gothamist local news sites  Washington Post
Gothamist to Relaunch After Sale to WNYC  Wall Street Journal
Everyone take a deep breath. Your Instant Pot pressure cooker has not been ...
Last weekend, Instant Pot shared a post on its Facebook page about some of its products potentially melting and asked customers to stop using them.
An Instant Pot multicooker is melting -- but not the one you think  CNET
Instant Pot Meltdown? Company Warns That Some Devices Are Overheating  Fortune
The IRS Really Doesn't Want to Hear From You
The Internal Revenue Service sends out warnings every year about the ways that crooks trick people out of their tax refunds. These news releases make for some of the most entertaining reading available from public affairs offices.
Get your tax refund before you file? Here's why it's happening (it ...  USA TODAY
Tax return scammers are taking a big hit  Yahoo Finance
Citigroup will refund customers $335 million after discovering it charged too ...
A woman walks past a Citibank branch at the U.S. bank Citigroup world headquarters on Park Avenue in New York in this 2008 file photo.
Citi to Refund $335 Million in Card Charges Due to Interest-Rate Problem  Wall Street Journal
Citigroup to refund $335 million in credit card interest charges  CNBC
Alyssa Milano among Hollywood activists urging Amazon to drop NRA channel
Social-media pressure is building on Amazon (AMZN) to cut its ties to the National Rifle Association in the wake of the high school shooting last week in Parkland, Florida, that killed 17 people.
#StopNRAmazon: Gun control activists target Bezos platform for streaming NRATV  RT
Celebs Join Forces to Lobby Amazon to Cut NRA TV  Observer