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  3. Is Starbucks Brewing Up a Merger With Peet's Coffee?

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    The bigger company is known for its willingness to slurp up rivals, but keep their brands alive -- just look at Seattle's Best Coffee, which is so beloved by Starbucks that it got its own logo ...

  4. Hess Sends Second Letter to Shareholders - AOL.com

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    However, we do not think breaking up the company into an onshore resource player (Hess Resources) and international, mostly offshore, entity (Hess Remainco) is the best way to generate value. -Jeb ...

  5. Amazon as Book Publisher May Change the Game for the ... - AOL

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    Encore's publishing output to date has been fairly limited, including Nick Nolan's comic coming-of-age novels Strings Attached and Double Bound and Eric Kraft's Herb 'n Lorna, the first Peter ...

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    Carlos Chávez, the symphony's dedicatee. The Short Symphony, or Symphony No. 2, is a symphony written by the American composer Aaron Copland from 1931 to 1933. The name derives from its short length of only 15 minutes. The work is dedicated to Copland's friend, the Mexican composer and conductor Carlos Chávez (pictured).

  7. The genesis of Tom Brady's legend [Video]

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    More than 6,300 days ago, boyish Tom Brady – unbuckled chinstrap flapping, eyeblack pristine – loped away from a New England Patriots sideline for good, toward his first meaningful NFL huddle ...

  8. List of programs previously broadcast by NBC - Wikipedia

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    The New Adventures of Flash Gordon (September 22, 1979 – November 6, 1982) The New Archie and Sabrina Hour (September 10 – December 3, 1977) The New Fantastic Four (September 9 – December 16, 1978) The New Fred and Barney Show (February 3 – October 20, 1979) The New Shmoo (September 22, 1979 – November 15, 1980)

  9. Corey Baker (baseball) - Wikipedia

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    Corey A. Baker (born November 23, 1989) is an Israeli-American former professional baseball pitcher in the St. Louis Cardinals organization, and a former video replay coordinator for the Minnesota Twins.