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'McMunchies,' the Murdoch Dump and a Lulu Week

Nothing for nothing but holy cow what a week!

Talk about a downward dog- Lululemon's showing a new crack in the company, McDonald' newest menu plan may go over really well in Colorado for those with the midnight munchies, those high-speed traders are making obscene dough in a blink of an eye and it will cost Rupert a whole lotta moolah to get back on the market…

Just some of the stories in the news this week..

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