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These companies have cut ties with the NRA

These companies have cut ties with the NRA

NRA members "are still able to purchase NRA-branded prepaid Visa debit cards because those are made available through a separate entity, NetSpend, which is now "reviewing the relationship" it has with the NRA", Sara Boboltz reports for HuffPost .


Stockdale finally kills off dogged Wales in Aviva thriller

Stockdale finally kills off dogged Wales in Aviva thriller

Visiting scrum-half Gareth Davies had vowed Wales would chase a bonus-point win of their own in Ireland in the build-up - but the Irish made a mockery of that prediction with a consummate, if nerve-jangling, triumph. Then, as half-time approached, Ireland came at Wales for the umpteenth time, wave after wave off them. As Warren Gatland said: "What Ireland are good at is squeezing sides and they squeezed us today".


Warren Buffett to step down from Kraft Heinz board

Warren Buffett to step down from Kraft Heinz board

Berkshire said about $29.11bn of its net income was attributable to the reduction of the United States corporate tax rate from 35 per cent to 21 per cent. In the fourth quarter of 2016, net income was $6.3 billion, or $2.55 per Class B share. Operating profit fell 18 per cent to $14.5bn due to a $2.2bn loss from the group's insurance underwriting unit as a string of natural disasters hit the US.


Enterprise ends vehicle rental discount for NRA members

Enterprise ends vehicle rental discount for NRA members

Chubb gave notice three months ago of its plan to stop participating in the insurance program, known as " NRA Carry Guard", a Chubb spokesman said. By Friday , the auto rental company Enterprise Holdings said that its three brands - Enterprise , National and Alamo - would end a similar discount program for NRA members, effective March 26.