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Verizon will, indeed, follow through with its plan to buy Yahoo’s core business, and it will do so with an extra $350 million in its pocket. Here’s the latest – WSJ

LA’s betting that Snap’s IPO will bring big fortunes to more than just a lucky few – NYTimes

What the fallout from their failed deal means for both Kraft and Unilever (pressure.  think pressure) – WSJ and Bloomberg

White Collar Watch looks at the anticipated “step back” in financial regulatory action heading our way in the coming years – NYTimes

The draft law that would give PM May the power to officially kick off Britain’s departure from the EU is now before the House of Lords, and the PM was not-so-subtle about her view of what should happen there – Bloomberg

Shareholders have accused Under Armour of “concealing the impact” of Sports Authority’s bankruptcy from investors in order to artificially inflate its stock price. The suit comes on the heels of a disastrous Q4 for UA, in which the company’s revenue growth dropped 20 percent and share prices plummeted – Law360

An update on another challenge to the DOL’s fiduciary rule, this time from Thrivent, which has focused strictly on arbitration limitations – Bloomberg BNA

The latest bribery charges against Samsung heir Lee Jae-yong will likely complicate his plans to push the sprawling family empire into a more modern Silicon-Valley-inspired company – WSJ

A sobering look at what the mix of climate change, rapid expansion, and varied surface make-up means for the future of one of the world’s megalopolises – NYTimes

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