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August 26, 2016 View email in browser

Wine collection of indicted oil exec who died is being auctioned in Chicago

The wine collection assembled by Oklahoma oil magnate Aubrey McClendon is expected to bring in as much as $7.6 million.

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Sephora’s Magnificent Mile store has new, high-tech look

5 questions with Sephora Americas CEO on the beauty chain’s brick-and-mortar strategy.

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ITT Tech faces sanctions that could put it out of business within weeks

The federal government has issued what analysts are calling a death sentence for ITT Technical Institute, while offering assurances that the for-profit college chain’s students will be taken care of.

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Alere sues Abbott to force completion of $5.8 billion deal

Alere sued Abbott Laboratories claiming the medical-device maker failed to get U.S. antitrust clearance for their $5.8 billion merger agreement, potentially scuttling the controversial deal.

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What if managers behaved like presidential candidates?

I JUST WORK HERE: Rex imagines if workplace managers behaved like Trump or Clinton. Sad!

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How Mylan, the EpiPen company, maneuvered to create a virtual monopoly

Mylan benefited from factors including failed competitors, patent protections and laws requiring allergy medications in schools to become a virtual monopoly.

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Domino’s unveils pizza-delivery drone

Exactly how much should you tip a pizza delivery drone? Who cares? It’s pizza, and now it flies!

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Billionaire Richard Branson survives head-first bicycle crash on concrete road

Billionaire entrepreneur Richard Branson said Friday he thought he was going to die after flying head first off his bicycle in the British Virgin Islands.

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