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Washington Post
Starbucks' Howard Schultz hands the keys to his successor in an emotional investor meeting
Washington Post
Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz quite literally handed the keys to the company to his successor on Wednesday. Reaching into his pocket during the company's meeting of annual shareholders, Schultz plucked the door key to Seattle's Pike Place Market store, ...
Longtime Starbucks chief Schultz hands the key to new CEOThe Seattle Times
Alaska Airlines to drop Virgin America name and logoKOMO News
Starbucks holds its annual shareholders meetingKING5.com
The Hill -CNBC -KUOW News and Information -GeekWire
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USA TODAY
How Sears CEO Lampert cashes in as stores cash out
USA TODAY
Eddie Lampert, the press-shy CEO, chairman and largest shareholder of Sears Holdings, may be all that's standing between the beleaguered department store chain and bankruptcy. The conventional wisdom is that Lampert will suffer massive losses if Sears ...
Sears tells investors nothing's changed, despite 'going concern' statementCNBC
Sears Today, Walmart Tomorrow? Why You Don't Want To Own Any Retail StocksForbes
Alternative Endings Seen for Sears and Its Hedge Fund ChiefNew York Times
Chattanooga Times Free Press -Los Angeles Times -Reuters -Toledo Blade
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New York Times
AT&T and Johnson & Johnson Pull Ads From YouTube
New York Times
Google's complex at Menlo Park, Calif., in November. Credit Josh Edelson/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images. AT&T and Johnson & Johnson, among the biggest advertisers in the United States, were among several companies to say Wednesday that ...
J&J and Verizon Join Major Marketers Suspending YouTube AdvertisingAdAge.com
The real motivations behind the growing YouTube advertiser boycottBusiness Insider
Verizon, AT&T and J&J Are the Latest to Pull Ads From YouTube Over Extremist VideosAdweek
Los Angeles Times -Wall Street Journal (subscription) -AdExchanger -Digiday
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Los Angeles Times
Virgin America will disappear into Alaska Airlines in 2019
Los Angeles Times
Virgin America, the California-based carrier with the blue mood lighting and high-tech entertainment system, will be fully absorbed by Alaska Airlines by the end of 2019 as Alaska strives to become the West Coast's dominant airline. Only three months ...
Alaska Airlines To Drop Virgin America Brand by 2019Skift
Alaska Airlines is killing off the Virgin America brandCNNMoney
Alaska Air to kill Virgin America brandPuget Sound Business Journal (Seattle)
AZCentral.com -seattlepi.com -KING5.com -The Seattle Times
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Fox Business
Trump Tantrum Looms on Wall Street if Health Care Effort Stalls
Fox Business
Specialist James Ahrens works at his post on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange Wednesday, Aug. 10, 2011. Wall Street focused Wednesday on the bleak landscape ahead for the economy and sold off, wiping out the big gains from a day earlier and ...

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Huffington Post
Climate Emails From Former Exxon CEO Rex Tillerson's Alias Account Have Disappeared
Huffington Post
Tillerson, now secretary of state, used the email pseudonym Wayne Tracker to communicate with Exxon Mobil board members. By Chris D'Angelo. WASHINGTON — Exxon Mobil Corp. acknowledges it lost months worth of communications from an alias email ...
Exxon must confer with New York AG on Tillerson emails: judgeReuters
Exxon Mobil can't find up to a year of Tillerson 'Wayne Tracker' emailsHouston Chronicle
Judge orders Exxon to hand over documents related to climate changeCNNMoney
InsideClimate News -TheStreet.com -FuelFix (blog) -New York Post
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CNNMoney
Nike's earnings were better than expected, but the beat was 'low quality'
MarketWatch
Nike Inc. reported better-than-expected earnings for the third quarter, but analysts call the beat “low quality” because it was based on factors like lower expenses rather than higher revenue. Nike NKE, -7.05% reported earnings per share of 68 cents ...
Nike Sustains Growth in a Mixed QuarterMotley Fool
Wall Street Reacts To Nike's Q3 ResultsBenzinga
Nike declines; sales slowdown scrutinizedThe Columbian
Investor's Business Daily -Nasdaq -Market Realist -Madison.com
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Ars Technica
17000 AT&T technicians and call center workers go on strike
Ars Technica
About 17,000 AT&T wireline technicians and call center employees went on strike in California and Nevada today while filing an unfair labor charge to the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) alleging that AT&T violated federal law. "The company has ...
17000 AT&T workers in California and Nevada go on strikeLos Angeles Times
AT&T strike: Bay Area workers among 17000 who walked off the job in California, NevadaThe Mercury News
Thousands of AT&T workers strike over work assignmentsSFGate
ABC15 Arizona -UPI.com -Reuters -Consumerist
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Investor's Business Daily
Allergan, Dow's Apple Lead Q4 Buybacks; Health Care Atop S&P 500
Investor's Business Daily
Drugmaker Allergan (AGN) and smartphone king Apple (AAPL), a member of the Dow Jones industrial average, were the two leaders in stock buybacks for the fourth quarter of 2016, followed by Citigroup (C) and Microsoft (MSFT), says a report by S&P Dow ...
US STOCKS-S&P, Nasdaq rise as investors seek bargains after steep dropReuters
Stop Wasting Your Time! Dow Dips 7 Points as Markets Wonder What Comes NextBarron's (blog)
MARKET SNAPSHOT: Dow Logs Five-day Losing Streak As Broader Market Edges HigherMorningstar.com
Proactive Investors USA & Canada -Financial Times -BBC News -Schaeffers Research (blog)
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New York Times
North Korea Said to Be Target of Inquiry Over $81 Million Cyberheist
New York Times
The Federal Reserve Bank of New York was led to move money from the Bangladesh central bank to other accounts in February 2016. Credit Spencer Platt/Getty Images. Federal prosecutors are investigating North Korea's possible role in the theft of $81 ...
US may accuse North Korea in Bangladesh cyber heist: WSJReuters
North Korea Link Probed in $81 Million Theft of Fed Funds: SourcesBloomberg
US building case linking North Korea to $81 million robbery from NY FedMarketWatch
Nasdaq -Deutsche Welle -Yahoo News -Rappler
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