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Berkshire Hathaway Benefits From US Tax Plan
Warren Buffett has one man to thank for Berkshire Hathaway Inc.'s BRK.A 0.87% $29 billion windfall in 2017: President Donald Trump.
Warren Buffett on how he turned a $300000 bet into $2 million for charity in ...  CNBC
Warren Buffett letter: 3 tips for stock investors  USA TODAY
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NRA hits back at United Airlines, Delta, other companies for cutting ties
Two major airlines - United Airlines and Delta - said Saturday that they are notifying the National Rifle Association that they will no longer offer discounted rates for NRA members in the latest display of corporate backlash to the pro-gun ...
United and Delta cut ties to NRA as boycott movement spreads to global ...  Washington Post
Delta and United join list of companies to cut ties with the NRA  CNNMoney
Judge rejects Martin Shkreli motion to throw out some of his securities-fraud ...
NEW YORK - A federal judge on Friday rejected a motion by Martin Shkreli to throw out some of the securities-fraud charges a jury convicted him of last year, leaving the infamous former hedge fund manager still at risk of spending 20 years in prison ...
Judge asked to OK seizure of 'Pharma Bro' Martin Shkreli's $7.3 ...  USA TODAY
The Latest: Prosecutors Want Martin Shkreli to Forfeit $7.3M  U.S. News & World Report
Citigroup Is Refunding $335 Million to Credit Card Customers
Citigroup Inc., one of the world's largest credit-card issuers, said it will refund $335 million to U.S. customers whose annual percentage rate should have been lower.
Citi to Refund $335 Million in Card Charges Due to Interest-Rate Problem  Wall Street Journal
Citigroup to refund $335 million to credit card customers  Washington Post
Leaving Las Vegas? Check your bags, grab your boarding pass and dump that pot
Green metal boxes have been set up at McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas so passengers can dispose of marijuana and other illicit substances.
Forgot about that joint? Vegas airport lets people dump pot  Chicago Tribune
Forgot about that joint? Las Vegas airport lets people dump pot  USA TODAY
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
FCC Chairman Ajit Pai Accepts NRA Award, Raising Questions From Critics  Deadline
More companies cut ties with the NRA after customer backlash
More and more American businesses, including car rental companies and airlines, an insurance giant, and a major bank, are severing ties with the National Rifle Association in the face of torrents of criticism from customers on social media.
Bank and Enterprise Rent-a-Car to Cut Ties to NRA After Customer Outcry  New York Times
Bank halts NRA credit card, car rental firm ends discount  Sacramento Bee
10% Yield Equity With Growth Potential Enters Bargain Bin
Management has targeted the funds for the repositioning of their tanker business and for internal growth capital. While the dividend cut is disappointing, shares still yield 10% plus, there's still growth potential, and most important, management is ...
Macquarie Infrastructure: What You Need To Know About The Massive Sell-Off  Benzinga
A little girl saw an emotional-support dog on a plane to Portland. It went for ...
In this March 21, 2008, file photo, two Southwest Airlines jets taxi before take-off in Phoenix. Southwest Airlines says a child was hurt by a support dog in Phoenix on Wednesday, Feb. 21, 2018, as passengers boarded a plane.
About the Little Girl and the Dog Bite on Southwest Airlines: Everyone's ...  Inc.com
A little girl saw an emotional-support dog on a plane. It went for her face.  Duluth News Tribune
Bank of America says it will talk to gunmakers about how to stop mass shootings
Bank of America will talk to its gunmaker clients about what the companies can do to help stop deadly mass shootings. "We are joining other companies in our industry to examine what we can do to help end the tragedy of mass shootings, and an immediate ...
Scoop: Bank of America to review relationships with gunmakers  Axios