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Businesses Cut NRA Ties As Pressure Campaign Mounts
New York Magazine
Business boycotts don't kill gun sales, people kill gun sales. Photo: Jim Watson/AFP/Getty Images. Friday was a bad day for people who enjoy both AR-15s and a reliable sedan with that new-car smell. Several companies, including multiple rental-car ...

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New York Times

Dropbox Files for IPO, and Other 'Unicorns' Are Watching
New York Times
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. On Friday, there was an answer: Dropbox, an online file storage company ...
Dropbox's IPO is just the latest case of startup CEOs consolidating their power — and investors should be outragedBusiness Insider
5 Fascinating Things From Dropbox's IPO FilingFortune
Sequoia and founder Drew Houston are unusually big winners in the Dropbox paydayRecode
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General Mills moves into pet food with $8 billion Blue Buffalo deal
(Reuters) - Cheerios cereal maker General Mills Inc (GIS.N) will buy Blue Buffalo Pet Products Inc (BUFF.O) for nearly $8 billion, foraying into a fast-growing pet food market to counter declining sales of processed foods. The Blue Buffalo logo ...
Health and wellness products for your pet are a growing industry, says pet company CEOCNBC
Tech, health care companies leading US stocks higherSFGate
Did General Mills Pay Too Much for Organic Pet Food?
Bloomberg -Minneapolis Star Tribune -CNNMoney
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Buffett Letter to Shareholders May Detail How He Intends to Spend $109 Billion
Berkshire Hathaway shareholders will look forward to hearing Warren Buffett detail his plans to improve the U.S. healthcare system as well as the results for his sprawling conglomerate when the Oracle of Omaha delivers his annual letter on Saturday ...
Warren Buffett to Retire From Kraft Heinz BoardWall Street Journal
Warren Buffett to retire from Kraft Heinz board, aiming to decrease travel commitmentsUSA TODAY
Buffett to Retire From Kraft Heinz BoardBloomberg
Barron's -Chicago Tribune -CNNMoney -Tribune-Review
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