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Following up on Brexit with a look on how the U.K. leaving the EU may impact the American businesses, tech industry and global economy. 

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Chipotle wants to reward frequent burrito eaters

Jun 27, 2016
A loyalty program will deliver more, the more often customers come to Chipotle
After months of controversy over virus outbreaks, Chipotle looks to reward loyal customers. 
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Brexit and the tech industry: opportunity?

Jun 27, 2016
How regulations tech companies face might change
 The Amazon Fulfilment Center in Hemel Hempstead, England.
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What does Brexit have to do with cheese and whisky?

Jun 27, 2016
Dozens of British specialty-food products could lose their special protected status
A barman lifts a bottle of Scotch whisky from a shelf in the Deoch An Dorus pub in the Partick area of Glasgow.
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After Brexit, some investors seek safe havens

Jun 27, 2016
But most remain on the sidelines, sitting out the turmoil in the markets
The Canary Wharf finance district of London, encompassing the offices of HSBC, Citigroup, JP Morgan Chase, Barclays, and other global banking corporations, is pictured from Greenwich park in south-east London on June 26, 2016. 
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The post-Brexit life of an American businessman in London

Jun 27, 2016
How Brexit will affect his businesses
Can business in the UK be business as usual anymore?
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British newspapers headlining with the Brexit vote.
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Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange on June 27, 2016 in New York City. Markets around the globe continue to react negatively to the news that Britain has voted to leave the European Union. 
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Brexit: Corporations read the fine print

Jun 27, 2016
Contracts often include clauses that say companies don't have to be pursued if circumstances change
A trader watches his monitor on June 24, 2016, after the result of Britain's in-out referendum on EU membership, as Britain voted to leave the European Union. 
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WKNDS The Stationary Set
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58th St Gap Dream
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