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  1. Retail behemoth Walmart Inc (NYSE: WMT) said Tuesday it will no longer sell certain types of ammunition that are mostly used in assault weapons. Walmart's ex-U.S. CEO Bill Simon ...

  2. The retailers are among a growing number of U.S. companies, such as Delta Air Lines and Bank of America , that are responding to calls for action to help curtail the rash ...

  3. Walmart also called for a strengthening of background checks for gun buyers and action to take guns out of the hands of those who pose a risk of violence, ...

  4. Walmart’s Small Move on Guns Could Have a Big Impact

    Bloomberg via Yahoo FinanceSep 03 20:07 PM

    Now, a month later, the CEO’s thoughts have morphed into company policy — and that policy promises to enmesh Walmart ever more deeply into America’s politics of guns. Walmart said ...

  5. Nike’s Risky Stand on Kaepernick Was a Win

    Bloomberg via Yahoo FinanceSep 06 13:30 PM

    With the benefit of hindsight, it’s clear that the ad campaign — or the uproar that followed — hasn’t hurt Nike at all. Nike remains an extremely popular brand.

  6. ...asking customers to not openly carry firearms in their stores, joining Walmart Inc and Kroger Co, in a change of gun policy following several deadly mass shootings in the United States...companies, such as Delta Air Lines and Bank of America, that are responding to calls for action to help curtail the rash of gun violence that has plagued the nation, risking backlash from powerful gun owners' groups as politicians consider options.

  7. Walmart Inc, the nation's largest retailer, said on Tuesday it would stop selling ammunition for handguns and some assault-style rifles in all its stores across the United States, and ...

  8. Google and Facebook Can’t Count on Consumers Saving Them

    Bloomberg via Yahoo FinanceSep 09 20:11 PM

    The attorneys general of 48 U.S. states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico announced an antitrust investigation into Google parent company Alphabet Inc. For those ...

  9. The Stock Market Has Become a Very Liberal Place

    Bloomberg via Yahoo FinanceAug 30 9:00 AM

    It’s not only that many of the people who work there have become more liberal, but more importantly, left-leaning behavior by publicly traded companies is being rewarded by the stock ...

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