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  1. Apr 4, 2016 - "It's a Deal: Marriott is Buying Starwood Hotels for $12.4 Billion" by Portia Crowe on businessinsider.com Jun 27, 2016 - "Marriott-Starwood Deal Gets Antitrust Clearance from the European Union" by Deanna Ting on skift.com
  2. "Coffee Meets 7-Up in Keurig, Dr. Pepper Snapple Deal" by Martinne Geller and Siddharth Cavale on reuters.com
  3. In case you haven't noticed, I tend not to print "news stories" here unless they're one of two things: 1) Of personal interest to me 2) Really important This is *really* important. "CVS To Buy Aetna for $69 Billion in a Deal that May Reshape the Health Care Industry" by Michael J. de la Merced and Reed Abelson on nytimes.com I wonder how long CVS, which has been opening like Starbucks, has been eyeing something such as this - they couldn't have done it if they weren't already geographically positioned. Welcome to Hell on Earth, redefined.
  4. "Duckhorn Wine Co. Sold to Private Equity Firm" by Jennifer Huffman on napavalleyregister.com The really good news about this is that the additional capital will allow the winemakers to free up production space and create some interesting stuff. These are heady times for us lovers of craft wine.
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